Mifepristone is a safe and effective abortion pill that has been used to induce non-surgical abortions in other countries. Health Canada is now being urged to approve its use in the country.

Health Canada Being Supplicated To Authorise The Use of Abortion Pills

The National Abortion Federation Canada is advocating the legalisation of abortion pills in the country as statistics reveal that one out of three Canadian women is likely to have an abortion in her lifetime. The problem, the agency says, is that these women will not have access to safe and effectual abortion pills. The medical group is now working to urge Health Canada to approve the use of abortion pills, particularly the drug mifepristone, which has been used legally since the year 2000 in se...
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