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            "It is not possible to anesthetize the conscience, for example, when it comes to molecules whose aim is to stop an embryo implanting or to cut short someone's life... I invite your federation [of pharmacists] to consider conscientious objection which is a right that must be recognized for your profession so you can avoid collaborating, directly or indirectly, in the supply of products which have clearly immoral aims, for example abortion or euthanasia..." -- Pope Benedict XVI, address to Catholic Pharmacists, 29 Oct 2007 AD        || "Conscience has rights because it has duties..." --John Cardinal Henry Newman..        || Embryology of the new human being confirms humanity of the preborn....        || Basic primer on genetics, cloning and other manipulations of molecular genetics....        || Told ya so: FDA & Plan B manufacturer Barr admit it's an abortifacient....        || From the Clinton Library & Massage Parlor: Mifepristone [Mifeprex] approval was paramount for Der Schlieckmeister and his admin as payback to the Abortion Industrial Complex....        || PP's Racism in Action with LA Advocate's expose' videos...        || Klan Parenthood's Report: $1+ Bill in revenues, $114 Mill PROFIT....290,000 killed by surgery....1.4+ Mill killed by chemical abortion        || PFLI exclusive expose of FDA MedWatch program failures, deaths from abortifacient OCs (9.4Mb)        || Human Life International has documented more than 8,519 acts of violence        || JAMA article: patients' own stem cells provide diabetes treatment, no patients KILLED!...        || Hippocratic Oath makes a comeback; register now...        || Pres. Barrie Hussein's record against the IL Born Alive Infants Protection Act        || Pres. Barrie Hussein's abortoholic record since assuming office 1/20/09...        || Women have the right to know there are two breast cancer risks associated with abortion. All experts recognize first risk- that abortion denies women an opportunity to reduce their risk for breast cancer through childbearing. Scientists only debate the second risk - known as the "independent link."...        || Eight medical organizations and a bioethics journal recognize the independent link - that abortion leaves a woman with more cancer-vulnerable cells than she had before she became pregnant. An additional medical group, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, has called for "full disclosure" of a "highly plausible" relationship between abortion and the disease...        || Overwhelming evidence of a cause-effect relationship is supported by... 1. A biological explanation which scientists have been unable to disprove and do not challenge. 2. A study on rats. 3. Epidemiological research...        || Scientists began extensive research on the abortion-breast cancer link in 1957. Why didnít the government and cancer fundraising businesses want women to know about the existence of this research? If they cared about womenís health, they would have revealed their research to the public...        || According to the "Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer (1973-1998)," published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute in 2001, only the youngest of three generations - the Roe v. Wade generation - suffered a more than 40% increase in breast cancer cases since the mid-1980s. These were women young enough to have had access to legal abortions starting in 1973. The increase in breast cancer rates didnít take place among women from the two older generations that couldnít obtain legal abortions...        || The U.S. National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention collaborated on the report. Two of the reportís authors had conducted earlier research showing that abortion increases breast cancer risk, but that research and the word "abortion" were omitted from the report. The reportís authors expressed no interest whatsoever in preventing breast cancer. [Howe et al. Jrnl Natl Cancer Inst (June 6, 2001) Vol. 93, No. 11, Figure 3]...        || Two American women have succeeded in prosecuting their medical malpractice lawsuits against abortion doctors, who failed to warn them about the risks of breast cancer and emotional damage. Neither of the women has yet developed breast cancer...        || Post-abortive women are being deprived of a window of opportunity to adopt strategies to reduce their risk for breast cancer, seek early detection, and join clinical trials. Theyíre denying abortion-bound adolescents and young women their rights to make informed choices about their health care... ||

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Plan B [Emergency Abortion Pill] FAQs

"Morning After Pill" Primer by Peggy Pace, RPh, BS Pharm

Oral [so-called] "Contraceptives" FAQs: a Pill you may not want to swallow

  • Q: Is Plan B an abortifacient drug or a contraceptive?

  • A: [PFLI Note: Numerous studies support the notion that the high dose, high powered steroid(s) found in Emergency Abortion drugs like Plan B are abortifacient 75 to 89% of the time, as reported in the Medical Letter and from FDA data.] Rarely will a drug like Plan B and similar generics work to suppress ovulation and truly prevent the meeting of the male and female gametes PRIOR to the moment of conception.

  • Q: Who is able to purchase Plan B OTC?

  • A: At present, men of any age and women age 15 and older may purchase Plan B OTC . It is very possible a sexual predator could buy Plan B to cover up and hide one or numerous instances of underage statutory rape or incest. This current FDA policy is be contested in a variety of lawsuits before Judge Edward Korman of NYC and the O'Bama Regime. PFLI's policy is to oppose drugs like Plan B because they are chiefly abortifacients, can be used to cover up crimes of rape, incest and sexual slavery; and have long term negative consquences that are not well studied in young women. Other similar high dose steroids have been shown to have serious health dangers for women up to and including stroke, heart attack, various cancers and death.

  • Q: Where can patients obtain Plan B OTC in the pharmacy?

  • A: At present, patients may obtain Plan B OTC at the pharmacy counter; it can also be bought OTC where it is so stocked. Plan B OTC may not be available in places that do not have a licensed pharmacist or prescriber at the facility (i.e. gas stations, convenience stores, food marts, etc.).

  • Q: Can patients obtain Plan B OTC at other healthcare facilities such as clinics?

  • A: Yes. Plan B OTC may be available at other healthcare facilities such as clinics.

  • Q: Who can sell Plan B OTC?

  • A: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) mandates that a healthcare professional (e.g. pharmacist or prescriber) be available to answer questions or address any concerns that the patient may have about Plan B OTC. Individual pharmacy practice will determine which staff members (e.g. pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, student pharmacists) will be allowed to sell the medication. It is possible an unqualified non-licensed staff member may end up dispensing this potent abortifacient steroid without any knowledge of medical or drug history and conditions of the end user. Currently OTC and/or Rx placement is being contested in various courts [as of 5/10/13].

  • Q: What kind of proof of age will be required for consumers 15 and older to purchase Plan B OTC?

  • A: The FDA has not issued specific guidelines regarding proof of age. However, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) recently published a list of acceptable forms of ID for another drug product. Pharmacies may decide to follow these same guidelines, which include driver’s licenses, passports, and school ID’s. The complete DEA list is provided at the end of this document.

  • Q: How will the age restriction be monitored and enforced?

  • A: No known monitoring of age is uniformly in place in all states. Pharmacists of conscience are encouraged to monitor area pharmacies and to report instances of non-compliance to their respective board of pharmacy and/or the FDA.

  • Q: Can states place additional restrictions on access to Plan B OTC?

  • A: It is possible and very liekly. Many states have enacted statutes to prohibit the sale of medications that have an abuse potential or that are harmful to the health of the patient. As well some states, based on the recent scandal of Planned Parenthood centers not reporting cases of statutory rape and incest in KS, IN and OH, may lead to more restriction to protect underage girls from sexual predators. It is too early to know whether the states will use this authority.

  • Q: Will the switch impact pharmacist’s prescribing authority that currently exists in certain states?

  • A: The product’s dual-status will not impact collaborative agreements in the states that provide pharmacists prescriptive authority for emergency contraception. Patients under 15 in these states will continue to be able to access Plan B from pharmacists who have this authority to prescribe and dispense Plan B. Patients 15 or older will be able to purchase Plan B OTC. Check with your state laws and regulations through your state board of pharmacy for any additional requirements.

  • Q: When will the OTC version of Plan B become available?

  • A: Reports indicate that the first shipments of Plan B OTC were sent to distributors the first of November and are currently in circulation.

  • Q: Will the labeling on the new version differ from the Rx version?

  • A: At present, the prescription (Rx) version will be replaced by a dual label (Rx/OTC) version. It will include a drug facts section and a patient brochure; it will also have the statement “Rx for age 15 and younger” imprinted on the packaging.

  • Q: Are there quantity limits or registration procedures required for purchase?

  • A: No. The FDA has not specified any quantity limits or registration procedures. Systems to document that the pharmacy has checked the patient’s age may be established by each individual pharmacy.

  • Q: Can I invoke my rights of conscience when Plan B OTC is requested?

  • A: PFLI fully supports an individual pharmacist’s ability to choose not to dispense or counsel with respect to a medication for personal, religious and moral reasons PFLI also encourages pharmacists with objections to dispensing any medications, including Plan B OTC, should work with their management to protect their rights of conscience in advance, preferably in writing. A simple way to deal with this product is simply not to ever stock it, if possible. For employee pharmacists with a conscience, this may prove difficult, as corporate policy may allow or even mandate stocking Plan B.

  • Q: Where can I get more information?

  • A: PFLI has several resources on line at:

    Updated: 13 May 2013 AD

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