Friday, January 09, 2009

1983: Teen loses three-month battle for her life after abortion punctures her bowel

Seventeen-year-old high school student Sharon Davis died on January 9, 1983, in a hospital in Tucumari, New Mexico. She had been fighting for her life against an infection she had developed after a safe, legal abortion performed September 20, 1982 at 14 weeks into her pregnancy. The doctor had punctured her uterus and bowel.

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Rachael C. said...

To those who are marking the documented and cited articles, "Bogus", do you have any evidence to the contrary...I didn't think so and plugging your ears and going, "Nah, nah, I can't hear you!" and burying your head in the sand won't make them go away or bring these girls back to life, nor will it prevent further medical malpractice. Instead, you could be calling for better health regulations and firmer penalties for the doctors guilty of gross medical malpractice and neglect, and just maybe then Christina wouldn't have so much to blog on.

GrannyGrump said...

Well, the are admitting a sort of pigheaded stupidity in frequenting a blog they find so dull. I guess that living in their mom's basement leaves them with little else to do.