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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Outnumbered Republicans denounced the plan, contending it so loosens definitions of fetal viability and doctors' responsibility in determining the medical need for an abortion that it broadly expands late-term terminations that are not medically necessary.
Whether you think late-term abortions should be permitted in certain circumstances or not, it is definitely not a thing to be celebrated.
They don't want to have to vote on infanticide because they know the rest of the country doesn't agree-77 percent of Americans support protections for abortion survivors and 62 percent oppose late-term abortion.
"To defend the dignity of every person, I am asking Congress to pass legislation to prohibit the late-term abortion of children who can feel pain in the mother's womb.
The Press Secretary continued: "People who are willing to allow legislation to pass supporting late-term abortion.
Finally, the endpoints of this study included the early-term outcome assessed by 90-day cumulative survival rate and the late-term outcomes assessed by 1-, 3-, and 5-year cumulative survival rates.
LOST actress Kiele Sanchez has sadly suffered a late-term miscarriage.
Yet there is a very simple, straightforward strategy for seizing the high ground on abortion in a way that transcends the normal divisions and commands wide popular support: Focus on the horror of late-term abortion -- and get it banned.
THE daughter-in-law of Birmingham rock legend Ozzy Osbourne has suffered a "late-term miscarriage".
JACK Osbourne's wife Lisa has suffered a "late-term miscarriage".
By showing rather than telling, After Tiller depicts late-term abortion as the complex moral dilemma that it is for patients and doctors alike.