Australia Approves Pill and Counseling Plan

March 2006
America;3/13/2006, Vol. 194 Issue 9, p6
Reports on Australia Parliament's approval of the so-called abortion pill to be introduced into the nation's health system as of March 2006. Recommendations expected to be made by the Therapeutic Goods Administration about the pill; Plan for pregnancy counseling and support endorsed by Health Minister Tony Abbott; Total number of abortions performed each year in Australia.


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