Friday, June 26, 2009

Roe Saved Lives Part 2

"The dead women we saw had either bled to death or had died from overwhelming infections.

"Some had tears along the vaginal tract where they had used coat hangers to get up into the uterus and break things up -- like rupture the amniotic sac . . .

"Most of the dead women I saw were in their teens or twenties . . .

"The deaths stopped overnight in 1973, and I never saw another abortion death in all the eighteen years after that until I retired."

- Pennsylvanian coroner The Worst of Times by P. Miller, p.12,13,327 (1993, HarperCollins, New York NY)

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