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Topic - Susan Elliott
"What is left out a lot is [that the drug] actually irritates the lining of the uterus, the endometrium. So you can have a fertilized egg, but then it gets to a hostile environment," Ms. Elliott said.
Biola University nursing professor Susan Elliott said that while Plan B and Ella work differently — with the latter considered closer to the abortion-causing claim — there is a scientific reason to assert the drugs' effects amount to abortion.