"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)