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'Doctors told me it was against the rules to save my premature baby'
By Vanessa Allen and Andrew Levy Last updated at 7:58 AM on 09th September 2009
Doctors left a premature baby to die because he was born two days too early, his devastated mother claimed yesterday. Sarah Capewell begged them to save her tiny son, who was born just 21 weeks and five days into her pregnancy - almost four months early. They ignored her pleas and allegedly told her they were following national guidelines that babies born before 22 weeks should not be given medical treatment.
I just fail to see why the "pro life" people really care what someone else does with their body or baby. I agree that if they were so concerned with the lives of the unborn they would do a bit more to feed, clothe and house the babies of poor mothers. The same ones that scream about how wrong abortions are and want every teen that gets pregnant or ever poor woman that gets pregnant to keep their babies, are the same ones that scream to have things like WIC and food stamps done away with. Like the life of an unborn is worth more than the life of a child.
Abortion is part of gyn care...period. If the Pro Life people stay out of my womb, I will gladly stay out of their churches.
Originally posted by redhead57
reply to post by mikerussellus
Please keep the abortion comments in YOUR anti abortion thread. The topic here is that doctors already are making decisions about who should live and die.
Thank you for your attention to this matter!