Abortion Industry / Planned Parenthood

Abortion Safety Crisis: Hospitalization of Abortion Patients Occurs Weekly in West Virginia, Doctor Says

[Ed.: If this happens in WV each week, it likely is happening in every state. Carol Everett and others who have left the abortion industry have said that 1 of every 500 abortions was “life-threatening”; with about 3500 abortions per Day in the USA, that is about 7 women in life-threatening situations each day. Many botched abortions are not considered life-threatening, even if women are maimed; so the weekly hospitalization of women experiencing botched abortions is very likely.]

Abortion-related medical emergencies are occurring with alarming frequency, according to a West Virginia physician, who says he sees botched abortion patients “weekly.”

“We commonly (I personally probably at least weekly) see patients at Women and Children’s Hospital in our emergency room or our ultrasound center with complications from abortions at these centers in Charleston: so much for ‘safe and legal.’

“These patients are told to come to our hospital because the abortion clinic providers do not have hospital privileges to care for their patients, so we must treat them as emergency ‘drop-ins,'” said Dr. Byron Calhoun, vice chairman of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at West Virginia University.

The statement was made in a letter he wrote on June 31, 2013, to West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey.

“No other medical providers are allowed to care for patients, have no backup coverage, and then abandon them to the emergency room,” Calhoun wrote.

“We would be held ethically and legally liable.

“The fantasy of women’s reproductive health care seems to allow these individuals who perform the abortions some special dispensation to provide substandard care” …

To continue reading, visit http://www.operationrescue.org/archives/abortion-safety-crisis-hospitalization-of-abortion-patients-occurs-weekly-in-west-virginia-doctor-says/

[3 Sept 13, Charleston, West Virginia, ProLifeNation.org and www.operationrescue.org]