Chemical Abortion Drugs Found “Dangerous Or Ineffective”: New Study

Brad Mattes

A recent study analyzed the safety and efficiency of chemical abortion pills that are available online.

The drugs are better known as RU 486 (mifepristone) and Cytotec (misoprostol). Chemical abortion is a two-drug process; first mifepristone kills the tiny developing baby and then misoprostol causes uterine cramping to expel the dead preborn child. The FDA has expanded approval of the two-drug approach through the tenth week of pregnancy. The World Health Organization (WHO) believes they can be safely administered after 12 weeks, which is wholly unsupported.

The study was conducted by Gynuity Health Projects. According to their website, they work “globally to ensure that reproductive health technologies are widely available.” By “reproductive health” they mean abortion. Gynuity’s particular focus is on poor nations and cultures.

Gynuity’s “findings” were published in the journal Contraception, the flagship journal of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and its allies. The very same day a summary of findings was posted in an online article by Rewire, which states it is committed to “evidence-based news, analysis, commentary, and investigative reporting on reproductive and sexual health, rights and justice.”

Again, reproductive health means abortion. Do you note a trend?

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