Southern California Abortion Site Closes after Owner, George Kung, Loses Election

A Southern California abortion center that had long been the site of pro-life outreaches has unexpectedly closed. It is likely that Kung has taken an early retirement. He was set to retire in 2016. The North County Women’s Medical Clinic, located in the North San Diego County community of San Marcos, was owned and operated by abortionist George Kung. Its website was quietly replaced with a message noting that the closure was effective August 1, 2015. Kung was a well-known abortionist in the San Diego area who operated his controversial abortion business continuously since 1981. But Kung’s dedication to providing abortions to women had limits. He once told the LA Times in 2001 that he refused to offer the RU486 abortion pill, stating, “If a patient doesn’t keep her [post-abortion] appointment. . .if she cramps in the middle of the night, I don’t want to deal with that. I don’t want to be responsible around the clock, seven days a week.” Kung frequently tangled with pro-life activists in court. In 1993, he joined with fellow abortionists Bruce Tarzy and William Quisenberry to sue local activist Connie Youngkin, for costing them abortion business with her consistent presence outside their abortion facilities. All three of those abortionists have since closed their businesses. “Kung was the first abortionist to sue me,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman, who entered pro-life activism in Southern California in the early 1990’s. “It is personally gratifying to see his abortion clinic closed. He made a fortune in blood money, but that won’t buy him the repentance and forgiveness he so desperately needs. I continue to pray...

Former Patient Sues PP for Misdiagnosis and Coverup of Her Cancer

Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion business, has frequently come under fire for denying the link between abortion and breast cancer. Now a San Diego affiliate is the subject of a multi-million dollar lawsuit for failing to tell a reproductive health patient she had cancer. Former patient Rebecca Glover filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against Planned Parenthood of San Diego and Riverside Counties for allegations that her cervical cancer was misdiagnosed for over a year due to their negligence. In the lawsuit, Glover claims that after performing a pap smear test, Planed Parenthood failed to tell Glover that the results of the tests revealed she had cervical cancer. The suit also charges that upon realizing its negligence, Planned Parenthood attempted to cover up its mistake by refusing to turn over medical records to Glover and giving her medical treatment she did not need. According to the suit, Glover did not find out about Planned Parenthood’s mistake for over a year. Her cervical cancer had advanced to stage 3. The lawsuit comes on the heels of one filed in mid-June by the mother of 12 year-old Edrica Goode, who died of toxic shock syndrome after having an abortion at PPSDR. The suit alleges Planned Parenthood negligently caused Goode’s death by inserting cervical dilators into her despite the fact that Goode had a vaginal infection. Later in June, as LifeNews.com reported, the California Department of Health Services issued a “deficiency” finding Planned Parenthood’s actions related to Goode’s death. State officials said that “based on medical record reviews and staff interviews, the facility failed to report an unusual death occurrence involving a...