The Sanctity of Human Life: The Survivors of Abortion and Their Stories

Dear Readers,
To continue and close the gap with the sanctity of the beginning of life, I have a website for all of us to go to. This is a web page for a lady who survived abortion. Apparently, her doctor, the one who performed an abortion on her mom and the successful killing of her twin brother, is now being investigated. He’s probably going to jail, but a letter to the doc was posted on Clara’s blog. Clara is the lady’s name, and she is really strong and passionate about the survivors of abortion.
Also, Dr. Sandefur said something about a lady called Gianna Jessen, who survived an abortion, a botched one as Clara had. Because of abortion, both women suffer complications. Clara’s page shows that it’s not a good idea to abort, and it won’t ever be. Pregnancy should be planted in the womb, and it should be medically correct in order for it to be a real pregnancy. All abortions I have heard of are mostly surgical ones in the womb, and that’s because that’s where babies grow. However, if a problem pregnancy, an ectopic pregnancy, were to be kept rather than treated, the mother and baby would both die. Anyhow, here’s the page. Enjoy the story, and comment away.

Author: denverqueen

My name is Beth. I'm blind from birth and enjoy the blogging atmosphere. I am a creative person, a musician, a writer, etc. This is me. Take it or leave it.

One thought on “The Sanctity of Human Life: The Survivors of Abortion and Their Stories”

  1. Seems you weren’t planning on putting up this post when you did. I think I was the one who put you in the mood to post it. and it’s Claire. not Clara. and if anybody’s read the blog and tried the website it’s sorry to pull you up on your spelling but thought I’d just tidy that up just a bit.


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