late-term


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late-term

(lāt′tûrm′)
adj.
Occurring or performed after the twentieth week of gestation in humans.
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I remind my colleagues that the American people overwhelmingly support restrictions on late-term abortions.
They said in a statement: "We regretfully confirm Zach Gilford and Kiele Sanchez recently lost their child to a late-term miscarriage.
Describing one form of late-term abortion known as partial-birth, Moynihan said: "I had once remarked that the procedure was too close to infanticide.
She further wrote that having a late-term miscarriage is by far the hardest thing both of them ever had to go through.
Gonzalez responded that data for late-term abortions is kept separately and does not influence his calculations.
While Gosnell's trial brought to light some details about late-term abortion that were far more graphic than even many dedicated pro-life activists are used to, in reality, observed Paul Rondeau of American Life League, what Gosnell was up to was qualitatively no different "than what happens in Planned Parenthood, NARAL Pro-Choice and other abortion clinics over 1.
If the patients presented in the film are indeed typical, generally speaking the need for the late-term procedure is born out of the discovery of a catastrophic health condition in the fetus at a later stage of development.
According to the report, OxyContin jumps from 6 percent of workers' comp medication costs overall (as of 2009) to 11 percent for late-term care.
The husband of the woman whose forced late-term abortion caused uproar worldwide has gone missing, according to his family.
He has documented forced late-term abortions and sterilizations.
Tiller was a crusader for women's rights, believing he had a mission to provide women with safe, legal, late-term abortions.
Planned Parenthood clinic is moving forward, after the state's Supreme Court refused to dismiss charges that the clinic conducted illegal late-term abortions and falsified records.