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Bitter Pill; YOUR LETTERS.

I NOTICE that references to the Morning After Pill in the ECHO call it a contraceptive. It obviously is not.

It is not designed to prevent conception but to terminate a conception which may have occurred. It is, therefore, quite definitely an abortion pill.

It is vital for the welfare of our young people that they should not have free access to powerful and dangerous abortifacient without the necessary medical examination and advice which the situation requires.

This notwithstanding the fact that the medical requirements specified in The Act are so widely bypassed that a very large proportion of abortions performed in this country are probably illegal.

Paul Connor, Eastham
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 11, 2001
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