“I personally would never agree to have an abortion performed on any woman bearing my child,” Gosnell told The Philadelphia Inquirer in October 1972. “As a physician, I am very concerned about the sanctity of life. But it is for this precise reason that I provide abortions for women who want and need them.”
Yet his cruel and calloused treatment of poor, vulnerable women and children is indicative of the slippery slope that begins when someone conflates sanctity of life with usefulness of life.
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