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Phone: 202-223-8073
Fax: 571-312-0544

2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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United Kingdom Data Deficiencies Influencing U.S. FDA Decisions

CLI's VP of Medical Affairs Ingrid Skop, together with Calum Miller, MD, and Kevin Duffy, MPH, recently published an article in Issues in Law & Medicine arguing that decisions by the FDA to pull back regulations on the abortion drug mifepristone in part relied on "flawed studies with significantly undercounted complications" from the U.K.

Ingrid Skop, M.D., FACOG
May 23, 2024
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New Study Reveals FDA Relied on Cherrypicked Data to Approve Dangerous Mail-Order Abortion Drugs

A new peer-reviewed article highlights major flaws in the data used by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to remove medical safeguards and in-person administering of abortion drugs. These flaws illustrate the ongoing problem of lack of quality abortion reporting data in the U.S. as well as in the United Kingdom.

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Fact Sheet: Three Problems with the FDA’s Abortion Drugs Complications Data

The FDA’s abortion drugs complications data is woefully incomplete. From 2020-2022, the six states that report complications by type of procedure reported 1,004 total complications from drug-induced abortions. Meanwhile, the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System data reflects just 17 unduplicated abortion-related adverse events over this same period.

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Filed: CLI Amicus Brief in SCOTUS Case FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine

On March 26, SCOTUS will hear oral arguments in the case FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine. In the case, AHM argues that the FDA's changes to regulations of the abortion drug mifepristone were "arbitrary and capricious." CLI filed a brief in support of AHM, arguing that abortion with mifepristone is not "safe," that the FDA's loosening of mifepristone regulations makes these safety concerns even worse, and that AHM et al. have standing, since they would suffer concrete injury under the current loosened mifepristone regulations, being at risk of finding themselves complicit in abortion procedures.

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Scientists to SCOTUS: FDA Harms Women & Doctors by Allowing Dangerous Mail-Order Abortion Drugs

As the nation’s leading pro-life scientific, statistical and research center, the Charlotte Lozier Institute has filed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to affirm the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision that found the FDA likely violated the law when it loosened safeguards on abortion drugs by allowing them to be sent by mail.

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CLI Authors’ Responses to Sage Concerns and Retractions

On February 5, 2024, Sage Publications retracted three peer-reviewed articles authored by affiliates of the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Prior to these retractions, Sage issued an expression of concern against the first of the three articles in July of 2023. Reproduced here are the authors’ initial response to Sage’s notice informing CLI of its intention to issue an expression of concern, as well as the authors’ subsequent response to the official retractions.

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CLI Scholars React to Nature Medicine Study

Following the release of a study in Nature Medicine, which discussed the “safety and effectiveness” of abortion drugs acquired through telehealth, Tessa Longbons Cox, senior research associate at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, made the following statement:

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Chemical Abortion Explainer

It is a scientific fact that the embryo or fetus within the mother’s womb is a distinct human being, and, consequently, abortion ends the life of that human being.

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