Actually Lynne, "favorible as possible for fetal survival" certainly CAN mean abortion, since if its NOT possible for the fetus to survive, its SITLL going to be terminated. ie: abortion.<quoted text>
You're talking about a sentence I quoted from a medical site.
"The only cure is termination of the pregnancy at a time as favorable as possible for fetal survival."
"Termination" in the sentence I quoted about preeclampsia/eclampsia from a medical site is not in the context of abortion, dimwit. Anyone who can read for comprehension knows that, because we understand what the words, "at a time as [favorable as possible][for fetal survival]" means. That's the context the word "termination" is being used for those conditions in that sentence, and that means BIRTH not abortion.
Only a dumbass wouldn't get that, like the one who responded to me trying to claim the word "termination" in that sentence can also mean abortion.
Termination of a pregnancy means what it says, termination via one of ONLY two means: birth or abortion. Period. REGARDLESS of the fate of the fetus.