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Out of 607 abortions in Connecticut, 45 were born alive

Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop revealed: “One series of 607 second trimester abortions from the Mount Sinai Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut, resulted in 45 live births including one set of twins. None of the baby survived more than 13 … Continue reading

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Pro-choice reporters exposed to reality of abortion during abortionist’s testimony

An article in The Irish Times tells how pro-choice reporters were made uncomfortable by testimony from an abortionist at the Kermit Gosnell trial. Gosnell was convicted of murder for killing babies born alive after abortions as well as a woman … Continue reading

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Former US Surgeon General: 45 of 607 babies were born alive

Former U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, M.D., tells of live births after abortions: “Although technically the result of legal abortion, each foetus expelled alive because of prostaglandin lives for several hours…One series of 607 second trimester abortions from Mt. Sinai Hospital … Continue reading

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Textbook describes abortion method where child is born alive

A textbook documents a type of abortion where babies are removed alive. This type of abortion, performed like doing a C-section, is rarely done today, but has been done in the past. “After the first trimester, the traditional abortion technique … Continue reading

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Midwife: a baby was born alive after abortion every three weeks’

In one hospital: “In 1985, one midwife is reported to have confirmed that her unit had ‘one [live] baby born under 28 weeks every three weeks’ (Nursing Times, 24 July 1985, p. 5). Another midwife confirmed that viable births resulting from … Continue reading

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Baby girl born alive after failed abortion

Pro-life author Troy Clark documented the following story in his book: “Taranda,” age 17, went to a Family Planning Clinic for Reproductive Health for an abortion on December 22, 1989. Dr. Karen J Smiley misdiagnosed the pregnancy at 6 weeks … Continue reading

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WSYX -TV tells of baby born alive after abortion

WSYX -TV  discussed a baby born alive during a partial birth abortion. It was a segment on the news. This is the transcript:  “A woman 5 months pregnant came to Women’s Med Center in Dayton, Ohio, to get a partial … Continue reading

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Abortionist on what doctors do when baby is born alive

Dr. Warren Pearse, then executive director of American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, was asked what abortionists do when a baby is born alive during an abortion. ”What you would do next [after expulsion] is nothing. You assume the infant is … Continue reading

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Aborted baby born alive at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

The article “Abortion: The Dreaded Complication” by Liz Jeffries and Rick Edmonds, Philadelphia Inquirer Aug 2, 1982 documented the following case. “July 1979, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, Dr. Boyd Cooper delivered an apparently stillborn infant after having ended a … Continue reading

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Aborted baby born alive at West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on a baby born alive during a botched abortion in July of 1974: “July 1974. West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh: Dr. Leonard Laufe performed an abortion on a woman who contended she had been raped- though that and … Continue reading

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