Today I'll look at deaths in 1986. They count 11 legal and 2 "unknown".
I have 16:
You might be wondering why a death from an ectopic pregnancy would be blamed on abortion. That's because in theory, a woman seeking an abortion should be the least likely to die from an undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy. Proper diagnostics before the abortion, adequate examination of the tissues afterward, and a simple HCG test if the woman still feels pregnant after the abortion, should detect 100% of ectopic pregnancies in women seeking abortion. There is no excuse for failing to do so. Because abortion clinic staff and the woman are confident that there is no continued pregnancy, the woman does not get life-saving treatment that she would have most likely gotten had there been no misdiagnosis by the abortionist.
The National Abortion Federation held mock trials, using real cases, to illustrate how a jury will view a case. A jury of abortionists all voted against a doctor who let a patient die of an undiagnosed ectopic. All agreed that there is simply no excuse for such a failure.
Did the CDC count two of my three additional deaths as "unknown"? Did they not count them? Do they have deaths I'm not aware of? We can't find out, because the CDC refuses to release information to researchers outside the abortion industry.
For more abortion deaths, visit the Cemetery of Choice:
For more abortion deaths broken down by year, see this post.
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