Entries Tagged ‘placental abruption’

Cancer discovered thanks to pregnancy

On Dec. 1, 2011, I underwent an emergency C-section. Mysterious pain brought me into the emergency room, and it was discovered that I was experiencing a partial placental abruption…. I now know that it was pain from the cancer growing inside me that brought me to the emergency room that day. It was the cancer […]

Salon writer showed pro-abortion “recall bias”

Pro-abortion ideologues have been known to blame “recall bias” on stories or studies that don’t go their way. But here I believe we have an actual case of pro-abortion recall bias. Recall that on May 26 liberal online journal Salon published the 1st person account, “Abortion saved my life,” by writer Mikki Kendall. Kendall claimed […]

Salon writer admits embellishing abortion story

UPDATE, 7:20p: Don’t look now, Mikki, but my NewsBusters cross post on your embellished abortion story just made Drudge… 4:34p: Last week for our Quote of the Day Carder posted an excerpt from the Salon piece, “Abortion saved my life.” The writer, a blogger named Mikki Kendall (pictured right), was relaying her 1st person account […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-24-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The Phoenix FOX News affiliate has the story of a woman whose child had been growing in her abdomen, outside of her uterus: Nicollette Soto’s son weighs just 2 pounds, 14 ounces. She had what’s called a cornual pregnancy, and doctors are amazed he survived. He was born […]

New late-term, half-abortion scheme: Kill babies by lethal injection and nothing more

Revelations about the dangerous and dastardly practices of late-term abortionists, particularly on the East Coast (Brigham, Carhart, Gosnell), continue. Today Operation Rescue exposed yet another new way they are circumventing the system – this time only by killing babies by lethal injection and nothing more. This will force many pro-life obstetricians and hospitals into complicity […]

Liberal feminists want paid leave for pregnant moms on bed rest but not prevention of need

On September 17, Amie Newman, managing editor of the pro-abortion site RH Reality Check, wrote a piece focusing on an underdiscussed pregnancy complication: bed rest. Newman never went there, but I suspect her underlying interest in writing such a piece was to reinforce the pro-abort notion that pregnancy is problematic. On that note Newman did […]

  

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