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Megyn Kelly dismantles pro-choice lies that contraceptives Hobby Lobby did not offer are not abortive !

Posted in Abortion pill, Ella One, Megyn Kelly, Plan B with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 16, 2014 by saynsumthn

FDA Report: Abortion Drug Killing Moms, Babies

Posted in Abortion, Abortion complication, Abortion death, Abortion injury, Abortion pill with tags , , , , , , , , on January 9, 2012 by saynsumthn

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FDA Report: Abortion Drug Killing Moms, BabiesThe abortion drug RU-486 is not only killing babies but also mothers, according to a report issued by the Food and Drug Administration.

According to the FDA report:
• Fourteen women died after taking the drug.
• More than 600 women had to be hospitalized, with more than half requiring major blood transfusions.
• The drug also led to serious or severe infections in 256 patients.
• Overall, more than 2,200 women reported serious medical problems from RU-486.

“I think there’s a huge industry behind this abortion drug, and so I don’t suspect it will be pulled from the market despite the fact that it’s not good for women’s health,” said
Jeanne Monahan, director of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council.

“Women have a right to know what it does, and they’re not being told the truth,” she said.

But the problems don’t end there. Abortion businesses have also misused the drug.

In 58 cases, abortion doctors gave RU-486 to patients who had an ectopic pregnancy even though the FDA explicitly warns against doing so.
FDA Downplaying Report?

There are also complaints about how the FDA handled the release of the report. It was given to a senator who requested it but was not made public or posted on the agency’s website.

“It really wasn’t released into the media,” Mandi Campbell, an attorney with theLiberty Counsel, said. “We don’t hear a lot of mainstream media talking about this issue, talking about how abortions do kill women.”

“If you think about it, that would really put a halt to the business, if women were informed and educated about the side effects of drugs like RU-486, and really the procedures as well,” she added.

RU-486 works during the first three months of pregnancy by blocking the production of progesterone. That hormone supplies the lining of the uterus with critical nutrients needed to keep the baby alive.

Without it, the baby starves to death, detaches from the wall of its mother’s womb and exits her body.
A New Drug in Town

Meanwhile, there’s a new drug on the market, called Ella that was just released last year and is very similar to RU-486.

Critics worry it will also harm women, and they’re concerned about the way it’s marketed.

The FDA calls Ella a contraceptive because it prevents the fertilized egg from ever attaching to the uterus.

But since pro-life advocates believe pregnancy begins when the egg is fertilized, they consider Ella an abortion drug. They also say it needs to be tested in higher doses.
“It has the exact same chemical compound and mechanism of action as RU-486, so in other words it can also work post-implantation,” Monahan explained.

“So even by the Food and Drug Administration’s own wrong definition of when life begins, this drug is an abortion drug,” she said. “But they labeled it as an emergency contraceptive.”

While the government and drug companies might try to blur the line between contraception and abortion, it’s important to know the facts.
Studies show that many women who are willing to take contraceptives clearly draw the line at taking an abortion drug.
This story originally aired on Friday, January 6, 2012.

FDA’s eugenics rationing ideology: deny life saving cancer drugs while approving abortion pills

Posted in Abortion, Abortion death, Abortion pill, Death Panels, Ella One, Eugenics, FDA, RU-486 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 17, 2010 by saynsumthn

The FDA seems to be picking and choosing it’s approvals of drugs in an interesting way. The FDA will begin denying Avastin to breast cancer patients but will graciously offer the creator of the drug a final show trial of a hearing in 60 days. Cancer patients claim it saves their lives- but- is this about safety or about rationing?

But controversy is the name of the game for the FDA, they seem to be cutting out drugs that could save or prolong lives, while approving drugs that take lives.

Case in point: Ella One- a new abortion drug approved just weeks ago:

A controversial new form of abortion pills known as “ella” is now available to American women for the first time, the company selling the drug announced Wednesday.

Ella, which can prevent a pregnancy as many as five days after sex, can be obtained by U.S. women who get a prescription from a doctor, according to an announcement by Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc. of Morristown, N.J. The medication can even be obtained through an online pharmacy, the company said. The wholesale price will be $35.75.

The Food and Drug Administration approved Ella in August.

According to the largest woman’s group: Concerned Women for America: Ella or the (ulipristal) abortion drug

• The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is deliberately misleading women by mislabeling Ella as a contraceptive and not an abortion drug. While women may be comfortable using contraception, many would object to taking an abortion drug.

• Mislabeling Ella deceptively skirts federal laws on abortion. Because it is not defined as an abortion drug, it is likely that federal tax dollars will pay for it.

• Ella is chemically similar to the abortion drug RU-486 (mifepristone) and operates the same way. Ella blocks progesterone receptors, interfering with the uterine lining. Embryos cannot implant or, if already implanted, die from lack of nutrition.

• Advocates for Ella claim it only delays ovulation, but they refuse to acknowledge that the drug is — and acts — like RU-486.

• The FDA information for doctors admits Ella caused abortions in animals. It states, “Embryofetal loss was noted in all pregnant rats and in half of the pregnant rabbits …[Ella] caused pregnancy termination in 2/5 [of pregnant monkeys].”

• Human trials indicate that Ella may cause miscarriages or birth defects in babies that survive. Incredibly, FDA Advisory Committee members recommended that long-term studies not be undertaken to investigate the outcome of existing pregnancies (i.e. if the drug causes birth defects) because negative reports would likely outweigh positive. Instead, the FDA leaves it up to women to find out by experience. It admits on the drug label, “There is little information on whether ella would harm a developing baby.” The FDA put the drug company’s interests above the interest of patients.

And another abortion drug approved by the FDA is RU-486 and was approved without adequate trials and resulted in several women dying from a bacterial infection. Over 1,000 adverse events have been reported, including seven deaths. The FDA is treating Ella in the same careless manner, putting women at risk. CWA reports that, abortion providers flagrantly violate the FDA restrictions on RU-486. It is fully expected that abortionists will give Ella to women beyond the five-day approved usage period, taking advantage of its deadly capabilities to cause an abortion.

Back to Ella One:

• Trials indicate that frequent use of Ella may lead to high levels of toxicity. Yet, proper trials to discover what kind of complications could occur were not performed.

• Ella was tested on women above 16 years old. Yet it will be given to younger girls.

• Women will become victims to Ella being slipped to them without their knowledge or consent by boyfriends who do not want the woman to have a baby. This abuse has already occurred numerous times with other abortion-inducing drugs.

Women need a prescription for ella, but they can “keep a supply at home” — which means administration of the drug won’t necessarily be monitored to prevent someone from, say, taking an elevated dose after the recommended five days, which could result in the abortion of an implanted embryo. Reassurances along the lines that “it probably wouldn’t, if used correctly” are…not all that reassuring.

And then there is the question of who will be paying for Ella:
Critics are already concerned that ella’s approval as a contraceptive will make it eligible to receive federal tax subsidies, which are banned for the abortion pill RU-486. They also are concerned that ella will be included in the services that health plans will have to pay for under the new health-care overhaul law.

“By misclassifying ella as emergency contraception, this administration has paved the way to covertly allow federal funding for abortion,” said Rep. Christopher H. Smith (R-N.J.), who called on Obama to issue an executive order prohibiting federal funds from paying for ella.

The Family Research Council has compiled an article titled “Myth and Fact: The Truth about ella and How It Works” with more information. The gray area in the “it’s contraception, not an abortifacient” argument gets grayer all the time.

So now the FDA has approved a series of “Emergency Contraception” – pills that can be taken “after conception” which are in fact abortive, and they are marketing them as “contraception”.

In other words, they are redefining when life begins from “conception” to “implantation”, and our young people especially are being fooled.

Another such abortion pill approved by the FDA is called: PlanB.

Plan B prevents a pregnancy by administering high doses of a hormone that mimics progesterone. It works primarily by inhibiting the ovaries from producing eggs. Critics argue that it can also prevent a fertilized egg from implanting in the womb, which some consider equivalent to abortion.

And this does not take into account the many risks associated with the various birth control pills the FDA has approved without proper testing- read this: Dying for birth control?

So..we have to ask: Why is the FDA approving all these abortion drugs while pulling cancer drugs?

Can you say – Death Panels and Eugenic?

Just Say’n !

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Historical Information on RU-486: Abortion pill RU-486 created as an inexpensive drug for eugenic “population control” has connection to Nazi gas Zyklon B

September 28, 2010, marked the ten-year anniversary of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of Mifepristone (popularly known as RU-486).

These following quotes/facts are from the powerful documentary : Maafa21 which shows how the US government and other Elites are using abortion to limit black births:

When three pro-choice researchers investigated the original motive behind the creation of the abortion pill, RU486, what they discovered was that the scientific basis for it was actually developed in United States during the 1960s by the National Institutes of Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In their 1991 book, these researchers claimed to have found data showing that this agency was looking for an inexpensive and effective drug to control the populations of foreign countries that the government had classified as “under-developed.” The abortion pill was to be tested in these environments and, if successful, the plan called for it to then be introduced into Black, Hispanic and Native-American communities in the United States.

After the abortion pill, RU486, was approved for sale in the U.S., the controversy surrounding it kept the abortion lobby from being able to find an American company to produce it. That forced them to look for a foreign manufacturer and, after an eight-year search, a company owned by the Chinese government agreed to manufacture the drug for the U.S. market. The company’s management made this decision after the Rockefeller Foundation agreed to provide financial backing for the project.

Minute 3 and 8 Minutes

Connection between Rockefeller and RU486. At the end of World War II, the German chemical manufacturer, I.G. Farben, was identified as the company that supplied the gas used in the Nazi concentration camps. The gas was called Zyklon-B and evidence later showed that Farben’s executives knew how it was being used. In fact, evidence was uncovered to indicate that Farben engineers had actually designed the gas chambers. This led to some of them being tried at Nuremberg for crimes against humanity including genocide and slavery.

After the war, I.G. Farben would change its name and become known as Hoechst AG. One of Hoechst’s subsidiaries, Roussel Uclaf, is the French company that developed RU486. The same company that produced the gas used in the Nazi death camps also produced the abortion pill RU-486

In June of 2006, shortly after a FOIA Act granted Judicial Watch uncovered government documents on RU-486, called “The Clinton RU-486 Files,” the Interim reported that, In his first official act as president, Clinton ordered the Department of Health and Human Services and the Food and Drug Administration to co-ordinate the marketing of abortion drug RU-486 on American soil.

Clinton had previously received advice from Ron Weddington, whose wife argued the pro-abortion side in the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case. In a January 1992 letter supporting the legalization of RU-486, Weddington made a Brave New World-style pitch on socio-economic grounds, arguing: “Something’s got to be done very quickly. Twenty-six million food stamp recipients is more than the economy can stand.”

Weddington went on to write that the next president should “start immediately to eliminate the barely educated, unhealthy and poor segment of the country,” as “our survival depends upon our developing a population where everyone contributes. We don’t need more cannon fodder. We don’t need more parishioners. We don’t need more cheap labour. We don’t need more babies.”

The report brings to light a number of disturbing revelations, including the use of official U.S. political, economic and diplomatic pressure that was used to persuade the RU-486 manufacturer, Roussel Uclaf, to make the drug available to American consumers. In one confidential memo, then-HHS Secretary Donna Shalala mentioned that she and then-FDA Commissioner David Kessler personally changed Roussel Uclaf’s position.

Interestingly, the documents also show that Roussel Uclaf offered to give the RU-486 patent to the U.S. government at no cost, in order to protect itself from legal liability in case anything went wrong.

Clinton obtained the patent by writing an official letter to Roussel Uclaf, saying the U.S. required “safe and effective medical treatment,” and thanking the company on behalf of “the women of America.”

According to Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton, the drug has claimed the lives of 560,000 children and at least six women in the United States, in part because the Clinton administration pressured the FDA to circumvent the usual requirements for certifying a drug as “safe and effective” in order to bring RU-486 to market. “This dangerous abortion pill needs to be pulled off the market immediately,” he said.

From Maafa21, Exerts from the Letter Ron Weddington sent to President Bill Clinton (Clip below) “ … 26 Million food stamp recipients is more than the economy can stand.” • “… you can start immediately to eliminate the barely educated, unhealthy and poor segment of our country. No, I’m not advocating some sort of mass extinction of these unfortunate people. Crime, drugs and disease are already doing that.” • “I am not proposing that you send federal agents armed with Depo-Provera dart guns to the ghetto. You should use persuasion rather than coercion.” • “Our survival depends upon our developing a population where everyone contributes. We don’t need more cannon fodder. We don’t need more parishioners. We don’t need more cheap labor. We don’t need more poor babies.

Pharmacists for Life- disgusted with FDA’s approval of abortion drug

Posted in Abortion, Abortion pill, Ella One, Warren Buffet with tags , , , , , , , , on August 16, 2010 by saynsumthn

PFLI Condemns FDA Approval of Chemical Cousin of Abortion Pill Mifepristone (RU 486)

MEDIA ADVISORY, Aug. 16 /Christian Newswire/ — Pharmacists For Life International releases the following statement:

In many places of employment a gigantic board is posted listing the shortages and outages of essential medications, such as antibiotics, pain relievers, anesthetics and drugs for sedation. This problem has been significant for years, and has worsened considerably in the last year, impeding pharmacists’ ability to provide vital care for our patients. The FDA has placed the approval of this “chemical cousin” analog of mifepristone (sometimes known by its antiquated experimental name, RU 486) ahead of the need to address this severe health care issue.

Our disgust for the deadly FDA action is profound and beyond the ability to verbalize. Ulipristal acetate, according to its own developers, can kill embryos and feti. It is marketed in Europe as EllaOne® . The low dose 30mg form of Ella®, has been prioritized for approval by the US FDA, which would have served the citizens of the US better by adequately addressing the current, rolling shortages of truly lifesaving and essential medications, rather than chemicals whose main intent is to snuff out a nascent life in the first few weeks of existence.

The embryocidal doses of ulipristal acetate may now be stockpiled and accumulated by prescribers or patients for “medical” chemical abortions at home, sidestepping the so-called regulation of mifepristone/misoprostil (the other abortion drug brought to the US in the 1990s by the Population Council and whose $4 million experimentation bill was entirely footed by mega-billionaire Warren Buffett). This will lead to additional life-endangering problems for the targeted adolescent girls and women, as well as giving continued cover for sexual predators of underage girls and incestuous abusive relationships.

The FDA is expected to continue in its long tradition of relegating females to lowest class health care status. PFLI rounded and vehemently denounces and condemns the FDA for this inappropriate use of its drug regulatory power to destroy life rather than approve and regulate medicines which actually are life-saving and preserve health.

FDA approves New abortion (Birth Control) drug called Ella

Posted in Abortion, Abortion pill with tags , , , , , , on August 13, 2010 by saynsumthn

Students for Life of America and the Coalition released a video this afternoon to highlight the new abortion drug’s possible effects and questions that remain unanswered. View the video at http://www.ellacausesabortions.com.

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Kristan Hawkins, Executive Director of Students for Life of America, remarked: “Make no mistake about it, ella is a dangerous abortion drug. The FDA’s approval of ella for sale within the U.S. shows that the FDA has not done its job protecting women, particularly young women who SFLA serves on a daily basis. Students for Life of America is asking the FDA review and reverse its decision.”

Students for Life and the “ella Causes Abortions Coalition” have serious concerns about the new drug. ella is being deceptively portrayed as a five day “emergency contraceptive” while it has a similar chemical makeup to RU-486, another abortion drug. There is evidence that ella actually prevents implantation of an human embryo and may also kill or injure the unborn child after implantation. In addition to this, SFLA and the Coalition are concerned that similar side effects of the RU-486 pill will occur with ella, such as severe bleeding, ruptured tubal pregnancies, infections, and even death.

The FDA should reverse its decision to approve this dangerous abortion drug.

New Drug Ellaone Billed as Better Morning After Pill, But It Causes Abortions
by Steven Ertelt
LifeNews.com Editor
January 29, 2010

Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — Abortion advocates are pushing a new drug that they say is an expanded morning after pill, or emergency contraception. However, pro-life doctors and advocates say Ellaone, also known as Ulipristal, works as an abortion drug and not an agent that prevents conception.

The morning after pill, or Plan B drug, has been around for years and can either prevent fertilization from occurring or can sometimes act as an abortifacient by killing the unique human being fertilization develops.

Ellaone is different — instead of working hours or just a couple of days after sexual relations take place as the morning after pill does, it can be used up to five days afterwards.

The drug is becoming popular in Europe and abortion advocates there are pushing it as a better version of the morning after pill.

Ann Furedi, from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service abortion business in the UK, tells the London Daily Mail, “This new type of emergency contraceptive pill is exciting news.”

But Josephine Quintavalle, of the Pro-Life Alliance, says Ellaone is not an emergency contraception because it causes an abortion rather than preventing pregnancy.

“If you take a morning-after pill within 24 hours, there is always the argument that the sperm may not have fertilized the egg by then, meaning pregnancy has not yet happened,” she told the newspaper. “But if this pill works for five days there is no argument. This is not a contraceptive, it is an abortive agent.”

Dr. Donna Harrison, the president of the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists agrees with the assessment of Ellaone (Ulipristal) as an abortion drug.

“I think it’s important that the pro-life community recognize exactly what Ulipristal is, and how it works, so they are not fooled,” she told LifeNews.com today.
Harrison says she is concerned that the drug will be able to be sold over the counter in the same way the Plan B morning after pill is sold without a doctor’s prescription or consultation.

In England, the Ellaone drug is sold via prescription and costs almost three times as much as the morning after pill.

Abortion advocates, in preparing for a big push to promote Ulipristal to the general public, are touting new research papers showing it to be “more effective” in preventing pregnancy or, in this case, killing unborn children.

Anna Glasier, of NHS Lothian in Edinburgh, led a study of more than 5,500 women in the UK published online in The Lancet medical journal. It found fewer pregnancies among those women given the Ellaone drug within five days of intercourse. And for women who took the drug between 3-5 days after having sex, only women taking the traditional morning after pill became pregnant.

Glasier told the Daily Mail that she doesn’t think the Ellaone drug will become as popular because women like the convenience of getting the morning after pill at a pharmacy without the prescription Ellaone requires.

But if that changes in England or becomes available without a prescription in the United States or other countries, Harrison’s fears will be confirmed.
Related web sites:

Pro-Life Alliance UK

American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists