The Pitt News

Column: When abortions could save lives, Catholic hospitals fail women

(Illustration by Jordan Mondell | Contributing Editor)

By Christian Snyder / Opinions Editor

June 7, 2017

When Tamesha Means entered labor with her first child in 2016, she was only 18 weeks pregnant — not even halfway through her pregnancy. So she did the logical thing and rushed to the nearest hospital. When she arrived at the Mercy Health Partners hospital, doctors diagnosed her with preterm prem...

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