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Doctors clash over ‘misleading’ advice about the risks involved with ‘abortion pill reversal’ claim


Doctors clash over ‘misleading’ advice about the risks involved with ‘abortion pill reversal’ claim

  • Six pro-life medics have asked the GMC to investigate over ‘misleading’ advice
  • Drafted guidance was alleged to be ‘incorrect’ about ‘reverse’ abortion drug risks
  • Reversal pill advocates claim it raises baby survival chances up to 50 per cent 

Pro-life doctors have called for a family planning service’s medical director to be investigated over ‘misleading’ advice about the risk of giving a drug to ‘reverse’ abortion. 

MSI Reproductive Choices UK, whose medical director is Dr Jonathan Lord, gave evidence to the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (Nice) last summer on the controversial practice. 

The organisation raised concerns with the…



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