September 12, 2004

Between a Woman and Her Doctor

“A Story About Abortion You Will Never Forget”

Repurcussions.

Legally, a doctor can still surgically take a dead body out of a pregnant woman. But in reality, the years of angry debate that led to the law�s passage, restrictive state laws and the violence targeting physicians have reduced the number of hospitals and doctors willing to do dilations and evacuactions (D&Es) and dialations and extractions (intact D&Es), which involve removing a larger fetus, sometimes in pieces, from the womb.

Posted by James at September 12, 2004 11:58 PM
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I got partway through it, but couldn't read any more. It was just too horrible.

Posted by: briwei at September 13, 2004 1:24 PM

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