Philadelphia Inquirer “The Dreaded Complication” : Babies born alive

 “(Live births) are little known because organized medicine, from fear of public clamor and legal action, treats them more as an embarrassment to be hushed up than a problem to be solved. It’s like turning yourself in to the IRS for an audit.” Cates said. “What is there to gain? The tendency is not to report because there are only negative incentives.”~

Willard Cates, M.D., former head of the Centers for Disease Control of the U.S. Public Health Service as quoted in “Abortion: The Dreaded Complication” ; Philadelphia Inquirer, Aug. 2, 1981

 

Much thanks to the blog Saynsumthin for the image! You can read more about the “dreaded complication” here! 

 

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Author: Sarah

Sarah Terzo is a writer for Live Action and a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life Network. She lives in NJ.

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