Byline: Pamela Zekman, Pamela Warrick; 1978-11-26; Chicago Sun Times; pages 7
During a five-month investigation by the Sun-Times and Better Government Assn., reporters and researchers worked undercover in six of the city's 13 clinics. In four of those clinics - the Michigan Av. abortion mills - we have documented how women's lives are endangered by people who care more for profits than patients. But working undercover in two other clinics, and working in co-operation with a third, we found that abortion doesn't have to be an assembly-line operation. We found that in clinics like these, women may find safe and compassionate medical care.
Description:This thirteenth installment of the Sun-Times' "Abortion Profiteers" series reports on Chicago-area clinics that, unlike their Michigan Av. counterparts, provide good, honest care and counselling for women looking to have abortions.
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