Abortion pill approved for wider distribution
Friday, 31 August 2012
Produced by Tess Gilfedder
The abortion pill mifepristone will now be more readily available, after being approved for wider distribution. Better known as RU486, the drug has been a source of controversy since it's legalisation in 2006. In the controversial debate of pro-life versus pro-choice, abortion pills like RU486 have not escaped scrutiny. But now, after rigorous quality and safety testing, the drug mifepristone has been registered by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
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Dr Deborah Bateson - Medical Director, Family Planning NSW
Dr Katrina Haller - Senior Executive Office, Right To Life Australia
Right To Life Australia
Marie Stopes International
Therapeutic Goods Administration (Registration of medicines for the medical termination of early pregnancy)
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