Fla. botched abortion case could impact life debate
Feb 6, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Florida Baptist Witness
A shocking case of a botched late-term abortion in Florida is gaining national attention and could, pro-life leaders say, help change public attitudes about abortion and when life begins.
Well, here's a truism: "Unusual cases make for bad law".
São Paulo, Brazil
I've used Cytotec from http://c-misoprostol.info twice in the privacy of my own home, no one even knew but me and my sister. No one ever knew that I was even pregnant. The drug cost $80 on the internet, no prescription needed. No side effects either time and both were complete abortions. I passed the fetus within hours of incerting the pills. This method is used in third world countries all of the time where abortion is illegal. I personally believe this method should be recognized as a legal abortion method here. It was less tramatic and painless.
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