Unlicensed practitioners. Untrained staff.
Unsanitary medical conditions.
Americans United for Life uncovers the real evidence and incredible true stories about real medical risks women face inside abortion clinics
After her abortion, Jennifer was unable to reach abortionist LeRoy Carhart when she suffered from chest pain and other discomforts. Jennifer suffered massive internal bleeding in her abdominal cavity and slipped into a Code Blue condition approximately six times before dying.
Forty minutes after Women’s Aid Clinic in Chicago performed a five-minute abortion on 18-year-old Antonesha, clinic employees called an ambulance. Instead of performing CPR, clinic staff offered Antonesha a bag to breathe in. She was pronounced dead in the emergency room shortly thereafter.
Tonya bled to death after a Planned Parenthood abortionist in downtown Chicago lacerated her uterus during the abortion. The abortion procedure began at 11:00 a.m., but Tonya was not transported to a hospital for emergency care until 4:30 p.m. Had Planned Parenthood not delayed seeking emergency care, would Tonya be alive today?
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Tip of the Iceberg
754 Clinic Violations
39 Planned Parenthoods
34 license revocations
65 chronic offenders
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With the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, prioritizing “mere access” to abortion facilities and abortion industry profitability over women’s health and safety, we can expect that the problem will get worse. Pro-life Americans and their elected representatives must take immediate action to confront and remedy the abortion industry’s dangerous practices.