Planned Parenthood worker admits they performed abortion nonpregnant woman

From a clinic worker’s notes:

Patient information: Single, Baptist, no children. Wants children. Using spermicidal foam and the rhythm method. Intends to use the Pill after abortion.

Before abortion:  Nervous, realistic

During abortion:  Mild pain

After abortion:  Walked

Observations:  Excellent patient. Pregnancy test was negative today, but Dr. L did not feel she should put off the VPT.[Voluntary Pregnancy Termination: A euphemism for abortion]  Either way, he felt it would relieve anxiety. Rachel was given the choice to wait or have VPT done and decided to go ahead with VPT.  She seemed a little upset, but decision was firm. Nice girl!

Abortion procedures carry risks, both emotional and physical, including the risk of death. To do an invasive, unneeded operation on a woman is malpractice.

Aborting Planned Parenthood by Robert H. Ruff (Life Cycle Books: Lewiston, NY) 1990.

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Sarah Terzo is a freelance writer and journalist who works for Live Action. She is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life.
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