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On October 21, 1988, in response to antiabortion protests and concerns of majority (%) owner Hoechst AG of Germany, Roussel-Uclaf’s executives and board of directors voted 16 to 4 to stop distribution of mifepristone, which they announced on October 26, 1988. [ 39 ] [ 43 ] Two days later, the French government ordered Roussel-Uclaf to distribute mifepristone in the interests of public health. [ 39 ] [ 44 ] French Health Minister Claude Évin explained: "I could not permit the abortion debate to deprive women of a product that represents medical progress. From the moment Government approval for the drug was granted, RU-486 became the moral property of women, not just the property of a drug company." [ 39 ] Following use by 34,000 women in France from April 1988 to February 1990 of mifepristone distributed free of charge, Roussel-Uclaf began selling Mifegyne (mifepristone) to hospitals in France in February 1990 at a price (negotiated with the French government) of $48 per 600-mg dose. [ 39 ]

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