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Company that created the abortion pill affiliated with makers of gas used during the Holocaust

The French pharmaceutical company Roussel-Uclaf, which developed the abortion pill, is a subsidiary of Hoechst AG.
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Claire Chretien By Claire Chretien

Claire Chretien By Claire Chretien

October 31, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – The pro-life group Live Action has produced a short new video showing the disturbing history of the abortion pill, including that it was created by a subsidiary of a company that produced gas used to murder people during the Holocaust.

The French pharmaceutical company Roussel-Uclaf created RU-486, the pill that is now used to kill preborn babies during the first nine or 10 weeks of pregnancy, in 1980. Roussel-Uclaf is a subsidiary of Hoechst AG, which made the gas used to kill Jews and others in concentration camps during the Holocaust.

Live Action also shows a Disney video produced for the Population Council, the pro-abortion group to which Roussel-Uclaf donated the U.S. patent rights for the abortion pill. It was approved by the FDA in 2000.


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