Category Archives: Former Clinic Workers

Ruth Yorston, former clinic worker

Ruth Yorston told her story at the Conversion conference sponsored by The Pro-Life Action League. Here are excerpts from her testimony. Ruth Yorston grew up in a pro-choice family. Her mother worked at an abortion clinic, and Ruth Yorston took a … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood taught workers how not to be recorded

When Live Action secretly videotaped Planned Parenthood covering up the sexual abuse of minors, the abortion provider held a training for its employees. Abortion worker Ramona Trevino thought they would be trained about how to protect minors. Instead, the training … Continue reading

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Former abortion worker on clinic rescue

Joan Appleton, former head nurse at the Commonwealth Clinic in Falls Church, Virginia (an abortion clinic): “We had several rescues at our clinic. There was never any violence. One time we had 250 of them removed — there must have … Continue reading

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Former abortion worker: doctors didn’t give medications they promised

Former abortion worker Annette Lancaster describes how the abortionists she worked with sometimes didn’t always give women the medications they promised: “Physicians often talked badly about patients while performing procedures on them. Sometimes physicians would not use the proper amount of … Continue reading

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Woman laughs before her ninth abortion – then she sees her aborted baby

Abby Johnson’s book The Walls Are Talking: Former Abortion Clinic Workers Tell Their Stories collects firsthand accounts from former abortion facility workers. The stories vary in theme, each one an abortion worker’s memory of an event that stuck with her after she left. One story, called … Continue reading

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Former abortion clinic worker: Sally Nunezsa

Former abortion worker Sally Nunezsa tells her story: “I had worked at a GYN doctor’s office where abortions were performed. I also helped set up appointments for abortions. I worked there for about three weeks. About a week into working I … Continue reading

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Former Planned Parenthood worker: Planned Parenthood only offered “limited’ care

Former Planned Parenthood worker Ramona Trevino says: “As for healthcare, the services offered at Planned Parenthood are limited at best. It is not the same as visiting a gynecologist’s office. If women have any serious gynecological concerns, there isn’t much … Continue reading

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Former Planned Parenthood manager: We “milked” Medicaid patients

Former Planned Parenthood manager Ramona Trevino says: “Medicaid patients are like mini cash cows for Planned Parenthood. And when I worked there, we milked those patients for all we could get away with… and we did get away with it…. If a … Continue reading

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Abortion worker has nightmares after counting fetal parts

Former abortion worker Jewels Green describes the nightmare she had while she was working abortion clinic: “After an abortion, the instrument tray was passed through the window in the wall into the autoclave room. The other thing that passed through was … Continue reading

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Former abortion worker: overweight women were charged more

From Shelley Guillory, who worked in an abortion facility called Delta Women’s Clinic.  “The one thing I found about our clinic that was humiliating and dehumanizing was that if a larger woman came in, she was charged an additional $150 to … Continue reading

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