Law could ban 'webcam' abortions
The state of Minnesota is one step closer to requiring doctors to be present in the same room as women who are taking medicine designed to cause abortions.
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Since: Feb 07
#1 Apr 9, 2012
"Terrell agrees, saying some of her colleagues who work with tele-intensive care units give drugs and perform extremely dangerous yet life-saving techniques with telemedicine."
Except that in a hospital intensive care unit you have access to life saving equipment, medications, and people that are highly trained in emergency procedures. Are any of those things going to be immediately availble in a "clinic"?
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