Skip to comments.Improve Women's Health Care with Physician Admitting Privilege Laws
Posted on 08/20/2014 12:35:38 PM PDT by right-wing agnostic
Following the death of a young elementary school teacher, Jennifer Morbelli, I had the sad duty of speaking at a press conference in Germantown, MD, in February 2013. Mrs. Morbelli died from complications from a late term (33 week) abortion performed by Dr. LeRoy Carhart. She experienced complications in between office visits, but neither her family nor the ER to which she was eventually admitted was able to locate Carhart. Her cause of death was determined to be an amniotic fluid embolism; the same condition that killed Christin Gilbert, another of Carharts patients in 2005.
Maryland, does not have a requirement that physicians performing abortions have admitting privileges at local hospitals, and Dr. Carhart had none in any of the states where he travels to perform risky, late-term abortions. If abortion is meant to be safe, legal, and rare why then do we not take every precaution to make sure that women are protected?
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Without reading it, let me guess...
“women’s health” = (exclusively) “abortion”
Getting admitting privileges should be a no-brainer. But, when you have been used to doing abortions at $300 to maybe $1500 or more a pop and you don’t pay taxes on them. And, now the gov wants you to fess up to a hospital where you will get connected to the laws of the land. Yeah, it’s a real drag.
33 week abortion?
My son was born at 27 weeks.
Full term is 38 weeks.
A baby at 33 weeks can usually head over to the cafeteria on his own.
Two people died that day in brutal ways: one by murder, one by negligent manslaughter.
Either way, Carhart is nothing but a murderer.
33 weeks is a slightly premature baby.
And libs also are against parental notification laws. Can’t give a school child an asprin without a permission slip but a trip the the abortionist off campus is A-OK.
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