Friday, April 14, 2023


By Tim Rohr

At the request of Biden's Dept. of Justice, the fate of the baby-killer drug, mifespristone, is on hold after the U.S. Supreme Court granted a "pause" on recent lower court rulings that restricted the drug and its distribution

Meanwhile though, the battle over the drug has surfaced concerns that directly and particularly affect women in Guam.

FROM CNBC: The court cited a warning the FDA issued with its 2000 approval that surgery might be necessary if mifepristone results in an incomplete abortion, along with a form the agency requires patients to sign that indicates the drug may not work in 2 to 7 out of every 100 women who take mifepristone. That form instructs patients to contact a health-care provider immediately if they have a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher for more than four hours, heavy bleeding or severe stomach discomfort.

“FDA thus cannot deny that serious complications from mifepristone are certainly impending,” the judges wrote in their order. “Those complications are right there on the Patient Agreement Form that FDA itself approved and that Danco requires every mifepristone user to sign.” (Emphases added)

Presently, not only is there no doctor in Guam willing to perform abortions, there is no doctor in Guam nor other qualified person willing to provide the in-person consult required before the drug can be prescribed. The only legal way for the drug to be administered to women in Guam is via a tele-consult with two doctors in Hawaii, Drs. Kaneshiro and Raidoo, who will not be around for those "2 to 7 women"  for whom "surgery might be necessary."

So WHO would the mifepristone-gone-bad users call in Guam?

The poor woman will probably end up in the emergency room with whatever doctor is on duty and who would be tasked with completing the bloody abortion business to save the woman's life...even though the ER doctor had nothing to do with the killer prescription in the first place. 

Meanwhile in Hawaii - and thanks to our governor and her abortion lieutenant, Jayne Flores, who set it up this way - for Kaneshiro and Raidoo...well, it's just another day.

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