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Abortionist comments on lack of abortionists

In an obituary of abortionist Jane Hodgson it says: “At the age of 76, Hodgson continued to perform abortions, traveling 150 miles from her home, which was then in St. Paul, Minn., to Duluth, Minn., because doctors there refused.” It then … Continue reading

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Doctor explains why he does not do abortions

Dr. Aaron Sacks trained to do abortions, but after residency, decided not to do them. He explains why: “Since finishing residency, I have never done any abortions. I think it has to do with – as much as I would … Continue reading

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Abortionist speaks out about lack of abortion doctors

Judith Arcana, who was active in the organization JANE, which performed illegal abortions before Roe v. Wade, was interviewed. She and the interviewer made reference to the reluctance of doctors to do abortions: Interviewer: There is a similar trend [in England], … Continue reading

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Residents refuse to learn abortion procedures

Abortionist Catherine Dean says: “… We are seeing a continued unwillingness of physicians in our area to perform abortion procedures… In this past year we have not had one single resident consent to being taught how to perform elective abortion procedures … Continue reading

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Pro-choicer: Fewer British doctors want to do abortions

Pro-Abortion author Judith Orr says that fewer British doctors want to be trained to do abortions: “There is worrying evidence that a growing number of younger doctors are refusing to take part in abortions. The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists … Continue reading

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You get no thanks for performing abortions

Kate Guthrie, a spokesperson on family planning for the RCOG (Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecology) talks about the stigma abortionists face: “You get no thanks for performing abortions; you get spat on. Who admits to friends at a dinner party … Continue reading

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Fewer doctors are doing “difficult and upsetting” abortions

Richard Warren, honorary secretary of the RCOG (Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecology) talks about the shortage of abortion doctors in Great Britain: “In the past, abortion was an accepted part of the workload. People did not like it but they … Continue reading

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Abortion crisis: doctors refuse to do abortions in England

An article in the British publication The Independent describes how more and more doctors in England are refusing to perform abortions: “Britain is facing an abortion crisis because an unprecedented number of doctors are refusing to be involved in carrying … Continue reading

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Head of abortion chain laments that doctors don’t want to perform abortions

Ann Furedi, head of the largest chain of abortion clinics in England, talks about how few doctors want to start performing abortions: “There is a real crisis looming. Unless we can address the problem and motivate doctors to train in abortion, … Continue reading

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British abortionist complains about how few of her colleagues will do abortions

British abortionist Dr Kate Paterson expresses frustration at the shortage of abortion doctors in England: “There are an awful lot of doctors already working helping women to get pregnant in the NHS and in the private IVF sector. There are a hell of … Continue reading

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