Kaiser Family Foundation March 14, 2023

In anticipation of a ruling in a case with enormous implications for access to medication abortion in the United States, a new KFF brief explains the impact of this case, and others filed in federal courts, involving the FDA’s regulation of medication abortion. The case that has gotten the most attention recently is Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine (AHM) v. FDA, filed in November 2022, a challenge to the FDA’s decision to approve mifepristone (the first medication taken as part of the medication abortion drug regimen) and to include misoprostol in the medication abortion regimen. The outcome...

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