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Abortion clinic where 4 women died is “less than admirable”

Deborah Ruhe, New Hampshire Feminist Health Center, administrative and outreach director, on an abortion clinic that was closed after 4 women died there of botched abortions: “There are probably some abortion providers who are less than admirable, but I don’t … Continue reading

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Abortionist describes how a woman can go into shock during abortion

Abortionist Dr. Henry Morgantaler says that a woman can go into shock during an abortion. He says: “Shock is a serious condition characterized by a loss of consciousness in an awake patient and by a substantial drop in blood pressure. … Continue reading

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British abortionist comments on why National Health Service abortions are dangerous

British OBGYN Peter Diggory explains why more women suffer complications from abortions when abortions are performed by the National Health Service in England. “Consultant gynecologists in the NHS [National Health Service] are invariably busy and have the responsibility for teaching … Continue reading

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Abortionist speaks on perforation of uterus

Abortionist Henry Morgentaler on the danger of perforating the uterus during an abortion: “What happens during dilatation is that the doctor tries to widen the diameter of the cervical canal leading to the uterine cavity by pushing metal dilators through … Continue reading

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Researcher: “medical hazards of abortion are significant”

Thomas Hilgers, MD studied various sources to determine the safety of abortion. Pro-life writer John Ankerberg writes: After examining “the vast body of the world’s medical literature on the subject” he concluded that “the medical hazards of legally induced abortion are very significant … Continue reading

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Abortionist calls abortion a “blind procedure”

Abortionist William J. Sweeney III, MD comments on the medical difficulty of abortion: “The first reason I don’t like abortions is technical: it’s such a blind procedure. You can’t see what you’re doing, and you can’t really feel what you’re … Continue reading

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Abortionist had drinking problem

Judy was an abortion clinic worker working for an abortionist who was always drunk. When she got pregnant with a wanted baby, the abortionist promised he would be sober when he delivered her baby. He had no problem being drunk when … Continue reading

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The New York Times tells story of botched abortion victim

An article in the New York Times tells of an abortion performed by Dr. Abu Hayat, which led to severe complications “Ms. Olivo paid cash in advance. After a 30-minute wait, she said, the nurse took her into a room, … Continue reading

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Abortion mills described in New York Times

An article from The New York Times described abortion mills in New York City: “It is a shadowy business, the unregulated world of abortion mills, shabby clinics operating behind the facades of doctors’ offices, often in poor neighborhoods. Its victims … Continue reading

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Abortion doula: “women scream and cry”

An abortion doula, who volunteers at an abortion clinic and comforts women while they’re having abortions, says: “Some of the first-trimester patients scream and cry and shake” Alex Ronan “My Year As an Abortion Doula” The Cut SEPTEMBER 14, 2014 … Continue reading

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