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(6) RU486 fills the chemical receptor sites normally reserved for progesterone, but does not transmit the progesterone signal.

Failing to receive that signal, a woman's body shuts down the preparation of the uterus and initiates the normal menstrual process.

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The "486" designation is the shortened version of the original "38486" compound number the pill was first assigned in the Roussel Uclaf laboratory.

(1) RU486 is also known by its generic name, mifepristone, and by Mifegyne, the name under which RU486 is marketed in Europe.

(19) By that time, the baby will be five weeks old and will have increased in size to 8mm, and his or her face, arms, and legs will be distinguishable.

(20) Before the end of the 9th week of pregnancy (7 weeks for the baby), the outer extreme of mifepristone's effectiveness, (21) the child's ears, fingers and toes will have formed and he or she will be 18mm, or nearly an inch tall, from crown to rump.

(18) The effectiveness of the RU486, or mifepristone, method begins to decline after 49 days, or 7 weeks of pregnancy.

An Iowa woman took RU486 and lost nearly 3/4 of her blood and likely would have died without emergency surgery. The pill's promoters have reason to believe RU486 will help them increase the number of doctors willing to perform abortions.

Since there has always been a corrolary between the number of abortions and the number of abortionists, RU 486 is likely to increase the number of abortions in the U. beyond the already appalling at just over 1.2 million a year.

(2) "Mifeprex," is the name under which it is to be sold in the United States, (3) though it will also be marketed as the "Early Option" pill.

(4) RU486 is an artificial steroid that interferes with the action of progesterone, a hormone crucial to the early progress of pregnancy.

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