Tatia Oden French Memorial Foundation’s Citizen Petition to the FDA

Image result for tatia oden french memorial foundationIf you are interested in supporting the Tatia Oden French Memorial Foundation’s mission to end the use of Cytotec in labor induction, we encourage you to submit a comment to the Citizen Petition submitted by the Foundation to the FDA on April 26, 2017. Your comment may help impact FDA’s decision to conduct a Sentinel study on Cytotec, which will allow them to gain a better understanding of the adverse events associated with the use of the drug for labor induction. Submitting a comment is very simple, this document walks you through the process step by step.

Prior to submitting a comment:

  • 1. Note the unique identification number of our petition: FDA-2017-P-2563-0001.
  • 2. Gather any articles or supporting materials you’d like to submit with your comment; make sure the materials are relevant and provide a translated copy if it’s in a different language.
  • 3. Ensure that any medical information you plan on submitting protects the privacy of patients by deleting names or identifying information.

How to submit the comment:

  • 1. Go to https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=FDA-2017-P-2563-0001  
  • 2. Click on the ‘Comment Now!’ box located to the right of the title of the petition: “Citizen Petition from The Tatia Oden French Memorial Foundation”
  • 3. Type in your comment and submit, along with any supporting articles and materials.

We thank you for supporting our Citizen Petition by submitting your comments. With your help, we can save the lives of those giving life to others. For more information about the Foundation and the Petition, visit: http://www.tatia.org or email zorah@tatia.org.

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