ellykaye Wrote:
Feb 03, 2013 12:54 PM
As a Registered Nurse, graduating from a Catholic School of Nursing, I can never recall any of our doctors performing abortions unless to save the life of the mother, and this was rare. Also it was against the rules of the hospital to perform such an atrocity in our operating rooms. Such a shame this is not still the rule in the hospitals. Even the non catholic hospitals back then refused abortions in the hospital. It was hard to even get a D&C after a spontaneous miscarrage, as I experienced in 2 cases of natural miscarrages. Certainly a lot different from todays laws. Back then the fetus had to have been "aborted naturally before any type of "cleaning out of afterbirth" could take place. Today, get that baby out and if viable, just