Byline: Pamela Zekman, Pamela Warrick; 1978-11-22; Chicago Sun Times; pages 8
Nine out of 10 times, a simple urine test accurately diagnoses pregnancy. And, unless there is other proof of pregnancy, medical experts say, women with negative tests are not candidates for abortions. But working undercover at the Water Tower Reproductive Center, 840 N, Michigan, BGA investigator Mindy Trossman counted 81 abortion procedures performed on women with negative pregnancy tests. That was 12 per cent of all women who received abortions during the two months Trossman worked there.
Description:The tenth installment of the Sun Times' "Abortion Profiteers" series reports that one Chicago-area abortion clinic regularly performs abortions on women who failed pregnancy tests.
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