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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Number I Introductory Section3 II Legal Section14 III Ethical Section21 IV Social Responsibility Section24 V Conclusion29 VI Bibliography30 SECTION I INTRODUCTION The following comments are from the first patient in the United States Andrea Sachs who took RU 486 in the clinical trial This section was taken from the Time Magazine article Abortion Pill on Trial Dated December 5 1994 BY ANDREA SACHSDES MOINES IOWA I was the first one in Des Moines Everyone was really excited on Wednesday when I was given the first dose of medication I made a joke that we should have a ribbon-cutting ceremony They kept telling me I was making history I was very nauseous in a couple of hours I threw up constantly for three days I went to work Luckily theres a restroom in my department I moved a little slower Usually Im very upbeat but I wasnt for those three days It was like food poisoning I couldnt keep anything down I went in on Friday and took the second dose of medication After 15 minutes there was a tiny bit of cramping but less than menstrual cramps After two hours the cramps got stronger and I started using a heating pad on my belly I went to the restroom When I started to stand up it was like a faucet turned on There was a steady stream of blood I passed a golf-size blood clot that scared me I thought it was the fetus The cramps stayed steady In the last 15 minutes of my appointment I was doubled over The bleeding was very heavy heavier than a period My mom drove me home By this time I was bleeding severely and I had diarrhea It reminded me of the way you bleed after you give birth Maybe a woman that hasnt given birth might be a little more distressed I aborted at 630
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