Japan Finally Approves Mifepristone To Public Support
Use, Monitoring Requirements
Japan has approved abortion drug mifepristone but will limit its use to clinics with authorized physicians, with strict nationwide monitoring of sales. The majority of more than 10,000 public comments around the approval were in support of the new option for women.
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