Abortionist: “Abortion has become a commodity”

Late-term abortionist Dr. Warren Hern describes how difficult being in abortionist is:

“Increasingly, doctors have been made to feel irrelevant.  Feminist abortion clinics treat doctors like technicians and are especially contemptuous of male physicians.  Entrepreneurs who treat abortion strictly as a retail business also tend to treat doctors as technicians.  Doctors who perform abortions have usually acquiesced in these roles, and their status has plummeted lower than that of physicians who do insurance company examinations….

Pro-choice organizations often ignore, patronize and disparage the contributions of physicians who specialize in abortions, in contrast with their support for well-known physicians in conventional specialties who perform some abortions.

Abortion has become a commodity, like soap, and its social value has dropped.  Competition has become intense and fees have been cut, resulting in reduced income for doctors and others who provide the services as well as poorer treatment.”

Warren Hern “Hunted by the Right, Forgotten by the Left” THE NEW YORK TIMES SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1993

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Sarah is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians.

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