The side of "choice" the American abortion lobby doesn't want you to see.
Sunday, September 21, 2008
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misdiagnoset ectopic ruptured pregnancy lawsuit settlement: These women died because their abortionists failed to diagnose that they actually had ectopic pregnancies. In theory, women who choose abortion should be less likely to die, because the abortionist is supposed to verify that the embryo is in the uterus before he tries to scrape, suction, or poison it. Too often, they fail to notice that the woman has an ectopic pregnancy. When she starts showing signs of rupture, the symptoms are attributed to the abortion, because the woman and her caregivers assume she can't possibly be pregnant. Thus, fatal results.
Harvey Karman: Beloved of abortion supporters because he invented a flexible suction cannula that made early abortions faster and easier. People who care more about women than about abortion, however, aren't necessarily as enamored of him. Harvey killed Joyce Johnson in 1955 by trying to do an abortion on her with a nutcracker in a motel room. He created "super coils" -- plastic springs to insert in the uterus to cause the expulsion of second-trimester fetuses. He was even invited to Bangladesh at the behest of the government and the International Planned Parenthood Federation to experiment on rape victims with his "super coils". And he was given a bus load of minority women to experiment on in Philadelphia, with predictable results. Yeah, that Harvey. He had limitless chutzpah and limitless enthusiasm for abortion, so the injured women -- and poor Joyce Johnson -- don't really count against him, do they?
Examples of abortions: Fatal ones are here. And there's a search box to allow you to find more.