Exactly twenty-five years ago, August 1994, Australia’s leading practitioner of late-term abortion gave a lecture at Monash University on ‘Abortion after 20 weeks’. A director of Planned Parenthood at the time, this particular Queensland doctor explained how he would do late abortions for reasons such as ‘the woman not knowing she was pregnant’ and ‘minor or doubtful abnormalities’.
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