“THE WITNESS: No. Occasionally a patient clearly wants more information and if we sense that we try to give what’s appropriate to the patient. Keep in mind, a lot of my patients are emotionally quite fragile so we don’t have to bring up the terms — we don’t have to go into gory detail about everything that we are doing. But does that mean that we don’t share with them, that this involves dismemberment or separation of parts of the fetus or taking the fetus apart? We do. And we use that term. We say we take the fetus apart. We say, it is coming out in pieces and we make sure that that’s clear with the patients. And they understand it. And given the circumstances that they confront and their alternatives, the majority of them want us to do the procedure. …”
My Comment: The article includes a variety of graphic pictures. This news item was received from JB.