U.K. Study Proves No-Test Telemedicine Abortion Is as Safe and Effective as In-Person Care

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“We now have robust evidence that providing early medication abortion using a model that has no clinical tests and is done by telemedicine is just as safe and effective as a fully in-person model.”

Based on a sample size of 52,142 people, researchers found that no-test telemedicine abortion model is just as safe and effective as the traditional in-person medication abortion model. (Pexels / Creative Commons)

For years, anti-abortion advocates have claimed the abortion pill is dangerous. In 2000, when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the abortion pill for sale in the U.S., they bowed to anti-abortion pressure by placing the abortion pill under a drug safety program that requires doctors to distribute the pills in person to their patients.

That restriction, still in place today, bars the use of telemedicine abortion in the U.S., even during the…

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