According to an article by Axios, a leftist reporter and several other leftist editors stated that abortion drugs are "care."
According to Oriana Gonzalez of Axios, if a court decides to restrict the use of a certain drug in abortion procedures, around 40 million women would lose access to this type of care.
The Daily Signal, on the other hand, stated that even the leftist AssociatePress does not explicitly tell its reporters to refer to abortion merely as "care."
According to the AP guide, medical abortions are procedures that involve the use of two drugs known as misoprostol and mifepristone. These drugs are usually taken at different times.
According to Gonzalez, if a court in Texas decides to block the approval of mifepristone, it would effectively ban abortion procedures across the country.
When used during chemical abortion, mifepristone can prevent an unborn child from receiving nutrients properly. This causes a woman's body to painfully remove the dead infant.
In her article, Gonzalez stated that if the court in Texas grants an injunction to stop the approval of mifepristone by the FDA, the drug's distributors and manufacturers would be required to stop selling and distributing the drug immediately.
According to the data released by the FDA, over half of all abortions performed in the US during the first trimester involve the use of chemical abortion drugs. This method is considered the most common way to kill an unborn child. The agency also noted that since this method was legalized in 2000, over 20 women have been killed and thousands injured by this new method of killing.
Ingrid Skop, a medical affairs expert for the Susan B. Anthony List, stated that the term "abortion care" is an absurd idea since most procedures that are performed in the country are not healthcare related.
According to Skop, the use of abortion pills allows the abortion industry to avoid the restrictions imposed by state laws and personnel issues.
The preceding article is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Headline USA