Man is accused of trying to end girlfriend's pregnancy with animal drugs

03/29/2010 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

A 23-year-old DeForest, Wis., man has been charged in connection with what officials say was an effort to end his girlfriend's pregnancy using the bovine versions of the drugs oxytocin and Lutalyse. The man's now-former girlfriend gave birth to a healthy baby girl in 2008.

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