Christin Gilbert (pictured) is the 19-year-old girl with Down Syndrome that died after a safe, legal, "medically necessary" third trimester abortion at George "Teflon" Tiller's Wichita late-abortion mill.
Somebody wanted to know the size of a 20-week fetus. "The crown-to-rump length 5.6 to 6.4 inches (14 to 16cm)."
Colby Weaver is the researcher at Find-a-Grave that led me to the deaths of Katherine Cross and Elise Stone.
Somebody else wanted information on anesthesia deaths. The ones I know related to abortion are here.
Vivian Tran died in 2003 after an RU-486 abortion at a Planned Parenthood in California.
Somebody wanted information on stem cell success in spinal cord injury. I blogged recently about success in Russia, Ecuador, and Portugal. I also understand that there's success in China.
Laura Hope Smith died last month after a safe and legal abortion in Massachusetts.
Somebody wanted abortion in the 1940s. I have these deaths.
Rosie Jimenez is the woman who saved ten bucks by going to an illegal abortionist instead of to Planned Parenthood in 1977. The abortion lobby uses her to try to restore federal funding for elective abortions, despite the fact that the CDC's own study, "The Effect of Restricting Public Funds for Legal Abortion," found "no evidence of a statistically significant increase in the number of complications from illegal abortions." In fact, they found that while there was no change in the illegal abortion complications, there was a significant decrease in publicly funded hospitalizations for legal abortion complications in cities where funding was restricted, compared to cities in areas where state or local government picked up the tab for elective abortions. In other words, cutting funds for elective abortions actually had a measurable positive impact on abortion complication rates for Medicaid-eligible women. But why let facts get in the way?
Guadalupe Negron died in 1993 after an abortion in a seedy New York City abortion mill.
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