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The FDA's approval in September 2000 of medical abortion involved this protocol: On day 1, the patient would receive three 200-milligram tablets of mifepristone orally at the clinic and, on day 3, the patient would return to the provider's office to take two 200-microgram tablets of misoprostol orally.The patient would return to the clinic on day 14 to confirm termination, and if not completed, a surgical (vacuum aspiration) abortion would be scheduled.Medical abortion, which terminates an established pregnancy, is different from the "morning after pill," which operates like a high-dosage contraceptive and is intended to prevent pregnancy.Today, medical abortions account for about 27 percent of all abortions in the United States.The FDA obtained samples of Holly's tissues, and Patterson learned that a rare bacterium called Clostridium sordelli killed Holly.Her death was the first case of Clostridium sordelli linked to RU-486 reported in the United States.
I just didn't believe it." Holly was seven weeks' pregnant when she received mifepristone from Planned Parenthood in Hayward, and was instructed by the clinic to administer misoprostol the next day.
Now, Patterson - who also has been lobbying health officials in Europe to raise awareness - has created a website, to share all he has learned.
"When this began that day in the hospital, I didn't know the abortion pill even existed," Patterson said.
"Holly received 200 milligrams of mifepristone at Planned Parenthood - instead of 600, as is FDA approved," Patterson said.
"She was instructed by Planned Parenthood to insert 800 micrograms of misoprostol vaginally the next day, and to do it at home, not at a clinic.
Monty Patterson peers out his living room window Tuesday November 29 2011.