August 23, 2010 by staff
Implantation Bleeding, Obama Administration approving for sales prescription medication abortion Ella. The FDA, mainstream media and supporters of the drug they call a better tomorrow after pill, but pro-life groups say clearly It causes abortions.
She drug, sold as EllaOne in Europe today, you can use up to five days after sex – but that time has already passed the point at which contraception can prevent pregnancy and the creation of a new human being unique.
That means that the drug causes abortions and, as Americans United for Life President Charmaine Yoest told LifeNews.com, “billing the drug that causes abortion and emergency contraception” is misleading to the public. ”
He said that, as commonly known and used the abortion drug RU-486, works about seven weeks pregnant, she is a selective modulator of progesterone receptor.
“As a blocker of the progesterone, a SPRM works to interfere with the development of the human embryo, causing it to die by either interfering with the uterine lining and prevent implantation, or by starvation of an implanted embryo. Women deserve be fully informed that she can interact with and kill a developing embryo and not only prevent conception, “he said.
Yoest also said, “the FDA approval irresponsible She (Ulipristal) without adequate safety studies, places women’s health and life at risk.”
He noted how several members of the FDA advisory panel that reviewed the implementation of IT raised the concern that there were insufficient data to show the effect she could have on pregnancy and embryo or fetus.
“The chemical composition and mechanism of action of She are very similar to the RU-486, which is known to cause serious adverse health risks such as severe bleeding, ruptured ectopic pregnancy, severe infections and even death,” added Yoest. “Further study is needed to ensure she is safe for women, especially if used off-label.”
Yoest also said that the summary of the FDA drug She points out the clinical trial she was too limited to draw meaningful conclusions about the risks associated with tubal pregnancy.
“Few data are available about the effect of IT on minors or complications from the interaction of IT with other drugs, including hormonal contraceptives,” he said.
Jeanne Monahan, director of the Center for Human Dignity in the Family Research Council, also responded to the FDA approval of Her.
“The FDA decided not including the fundamental fact that she can cause an abortion on a baby implanted in the womb of his mother in the label information. This decision goes against the promise of an Obama administration with transparency and a commitment to science, “he said.
“The difference between prevention and destruction of life is enormous, and women are entitled to know how this drug acts on their bodies and their babies,” added Monahan.
Monahan also emphasized the medical concern for women.
“Since she is chemically similar to RU-486 (which has been the cause of at least six deaths reported to the FDA in less than six years) is likely to serious health problems for women is similar,” he said. “The FDA has very little knowledge about how the drug impact on women’s health and for that reason alone should do more research before approval.”
Monahan also said the adoption of She is concerned about taxpayer funding of abortions, as currently the federal government to pay for drugs labeled for emergency contraception but not abortion pills.
Meanwhile, Kristan Hawkins, executive director of Students for Life of America, said he was disappointed by the FDA approved the drug Ella.
“Make no mistake about it, she is a dangerous drug abortion. FDA approval of Ella for sale in the U.S. shows that the FDA has not done its job to protect women,” she said.
Hawkins has serious concerns about the new drug, especially as she is presented as an emergency contraceptive five days, ‘but has a chemical composition similar to RU-486, another abortion drug.
“There’s evidence that she actually prevents the implantation of a human embryo and can also kill or injure the unborn child after implantation. In addition, SFLA and the Coalition are concerned that similar side effects of RU-486 pill She will be produced, such as severe bleeding, ruptured ectopic pregnancy, infection and even death, “he said.
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