Thursday, July 14, 2011

14 Women Killed, 2200 Injured

Killed/Injured by Clinton and the omerta of Obama.

The Food and Drug Administration has quietly released a new report about the deaths of and injuries to women from the dangerous RU 486 abortion drug and the Obama administration has done nothing to make the information available to women.

a new report, dated April 30, 2011. [The report] indicates 14 women in the United States alone have died from using the mifepristone abortion drug and 2,207 women have been injured by it.

Of the women experiencing medical and physical problems resulting from the abortion drug, 612 women required hospitalizations, 339 experienced blood loss significant enough to require a transfusion, 256 experienced infections and 48 women experienced what the FDA labeled as “severe infections.” Given that the RU 486 abortion drug caused sepsis, a potentially lethal infection that resulted in the deaths of women from around the world, the “serious infections” were very likely life-threatening situations.

I don't hear the Wisconsin Feminazis screeching like harpies about this. Luminaries such as Uihlein and Boynton should be banging Journal-Sentinel editors' heads against the table until the news is printed.

*Crickets*

HT: CMR

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tragic, to be sure.

But Clinton and Obama solely to blame? Guess again!

abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=117901&page=1


The FDA has promoted strict scientific standards for drugs testing. That review process has rendered more complex and drawn out because the FDA has been inudated by "experts" from Big Phama touting the safety of their products and directly encouraged by the GOP to curry their favor. It's all about the jobs!

During the latter half of the 2000’s, the FDA has issued hundreds of severe safety warnings on medicines,. And only until recently have there been inquiries regarding the effects of certain drugs that were rushed to the marketplace. The RU 486 report, unfortunately, is nothing new. Hopefully, this drug will undergo renewed scrutiny.

When Vioxx was withdrawn in 2004 (!) from the market amid claims that the FDA had ignored several studies reporting that the pain reliever could cause heart problems. At that time, some critics said it demonstrated that the FDA had a greater interest in easing the regulatory burden on drug companies than in protecting public health and safety.

Gee, I wonder what political party set in motion to relax those standards?

The agency since 2008 has promised to increase its vigilance and improve its response to questions about drug safety in an attempt to dispel mounting public concern regarding the side effects of commonly prescribed drugs.

The pharmaceutical sector needs to regain the public's trust by becoming more proactive in its risk communication and needs to involve neutral third parties, and by being transparent about its methods of operation.

John Foust said...

2004? Why, that must've been Obama and George Soros and the Islamic Cabal, pulling the strings behind the scenes in the Bush administration.

Amy said...

Obama et. al. claim to care more about women than Republicans, so this should be right in their wheelhouse, John.

Why are they silent?

By the way, if you read the report, this information came out in April. What major news outlet has reported on it? *Crickets*

But who cares if women die? The pro "choice" crowd has allowed tens of millions of humans to die in their desperate pursuit of consequence-free sex. What's 14 dead and 2,200 injured when the freedom to screw around with out responsibility is on the line?

John Foust said...

Wow. I spend very little time thinking about other people having sex, unless of course they're having sex with me. You're saying you spend all your energy thinking about other people having sex with other people, and whether there will be the Proper Consequences for them having fun, building love, procreating, or sharing intimacy?

neomom said...

Nobody cares about other people having sex. What we care about is killing the children from those hook-ups because they didn't plan ahead and a child would be too inconvenient.

Women have choice... to prevent pregnancy.

Anonymous said...

"The pro "choice" crowd has allowed tens of millions of humans to die in their desperate pursuit of consequence-free sex."

Great use of exaggeration, Amy!