Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Searches: saline, seth, quackery, and death

  • Jennifer Vickery, age 26, is one of the women who stepped forward afer news broke of a woman who nearly died when a nurse at Summit Medical Center of Alabama tried to abort her term pregnancy with a dose of RU-486. When Jennifer learned of the woman's case, "I was scared for my life. I was at a loss for words. It was crazy." At the time, Jennifer was running a fever after complications of a surgical abortion she'd undergone at Summit on May 4. She had a follow-up appointment scheduled. Should she keep it? But the clinic was shut down. Jennifer said that she'd been rushed into the abortion. An ultrasound had been performed, and she was told she was 8 weeks pregnant. "They rushed me back so quick and started giving me medication, and I didn't have time to think about it. I didn't feel like I had time to think about nothing. When I got there, they had me start filling out papers. They said, `We want you to do it today, because we have a doctor here.'" Summit is the National Abortion Federation member clinic where Malachy Dehenre (pictured) performed the fatal abortion on Leigh Ann Alford.

  • Saline abortions. The dead in America began piling up in New York and California even before Roe. Saline and other instillation abortions continued to kill women after Roe, but fell out of favor in the late 1980s due to the dreaded complication: live births.

  • Emmanuel Brandeis managed to screw up an IV for an abortion, resulting in the woman's fingers going gangrenous and having to be amputated. He also aborted at San Vicente Hospital, a notorious abortion mill that was bought out by National Abortion Federation member Family Planning Associates Medical Group.

  • Douglas Karpen is the Texas abortionist who performed the fatal abortion on 16-year-old Denise Montoya at Women's Pavillion in Houston, a National Abortion Federation member clinic. He was also sued for refusing to remove the laminaria after a 16-year-old patient had changed her mind about the abortion, resulting in the premature birth and subsequent death of an infant girl.

  • Andre Nehorayoff is the New Jersey abortionist responsible for, among other quackery, the deaths of "Ellen" Roe and "Faye" Roe. He also practiced in New York.

  • Seth Gilbertson is one of the people who signed a Planned Parenthood petition trying to shut down CPCs. Seth said, "Every woman should have the ability to recieve balanced information so they can make their own decisions." Like when Planned Parenthood told my babysitter that her 8-week fetus was "just like a blood clot"? Like the way Planned Parentood told Cristi Stile they were referring her to a "safe" facility, and they sent her to one with no crash cart? Cristi has been incapacitated since that ever so safe abortion. How about the way PP endangered the lives of women with their lies that the anesthesia given to the mother in a late-term abortion kills the fetus? Obstetricians were faced with sick moms who didn't want to consent to desperately-needed surgery because PP's lies convinced them that they would be endangering their loved and wanted babies. How about the lies PP told you to get you to sign the petition in the first place? Get smart, Seth. You've been punked by PP.

  • Fatalities from illegal abortion: After Roe. Performed by amateurs (the rarest type). Performed by midwives and other paramedical folks (more common). Performed by doctors (the most common kind).

  • As for "ethical considerations for physicians with ru-486"? How about this: Don't kill babies. Pretty simple, isn't it?
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