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“We never called ambulances” says clinic worker

One abortion clinic worker says:  I am not an RN, I am a nurse. I am an LPN, and I was doing RN level work. I was administering push medications, conscious sedations for the women who were having the two-step … Continue reading

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Abortion clinic hides aborted babies with “cute calico cover”

Ellen Reich, who interviewed numerous abortion clinic workers for her article, found the following out when interviewing one worker: In her private clinic, the products of conception were drawn into a bottle “covered with a cute calico cover” so the woman … Continue reading

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Clinic worker Annette on selling abortions at Planned Parenthood

An article in the American Feminist told the story of Annette, a former Planned Parenthood worker. The article says: On many occasions, [Annette] saw women expressing doubts [about abortion], but observed the staff response as uniformly encouraging…. Once, Annette observed the … Continue reading

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Former abortion worker on abortion options

From one former abortion worker: “In my facilities, I always gave options counseling. Of course you make the abortion the most appealing. I told them about adoption and about foster care and about (when there was welfare) assistance. The typical … Continue reading

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Counseling for adoption in abortion clinics

Dr. Shirley Bond, an anesthetist who works in an abortion clinic, writes about the lack of counseling for adoption in the abortion clinic where she works. “I think the counseling for adoption is abysmal – it’s virtually nonexistent. Sometimes adoption … Continue reading

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Nurse describes how she disposed of fetal remains

Former abortion nurse describes how she disposed of “fetal remains” i.e. aborted children: I used a simple kitchen strainer, over a sink, and sifted through the contents of the collection jar after an abortion. I had to make certain all … Continue reading

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Norma McCorvey, future pro-lifer, attempted suicide after Roe V Wade

Norma McCorvey was the plaintiff in Roe vs. Wade, the woman whose case two ambitious attorneys used to strike down all abortion laws. McCorvey would later become pro-life and campaign to end abortion until her death. When McCorvey found out … Continue reading

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Former clinic worker had to sell abortions to women

Former abortion clinic worker Norma McCorvey: “As marketing director for A Choice for Women [abortion clinic], I had my hands full. I was supposed to sell abortions – we didn’t make a dime on an appointment, only on an actual … Continue reading

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Nurse who saw aborted baby haunted by ‘sweet little face’

Cynthia Isabell worked in a hospital that did some abortions. She describes the first abortion she was exposed to: I watched the baby through the ultrasound as the doctor injected saline solution into the uterus.  Immediately the baby recoiled in pain as the … Continue reading

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Abortion clinic worker explains why boyfriends are not allowed in procedure room

Abortion clinic worker Jackie explains why boyfriends and husbands were not allowed to be with their partners while they are having abortions: “Patients did not bring their boyfriends, husbands, fathers, whoever were there to support, they could not bring that … Continue reading

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