Marie Stopes International clinics have been investigated and found to have performed 373 botched abortions, which resulted in women needing emergency medical care.
According to The Christian Institute, the Care Quality Commission undertook an investigation into the medical practices of the abortion giant and discovered that, in a period of just eight weeks, medical personnel at the clinics performed 373 botched abortions.
Additionally, 11 women needed to be transferred to a hospital after undergoing an abortion procedure.
Not only did the clinic fail to measure up to medical safety standards, they also failed to measure up to standard hygiene procedures. The CQC reported that employees at the clinics failed to wash their hands and some staff were inadequately trained.
The report on the Marie Stopes International clinics comprised 55 pages. CQC said that, following the investigation, it will be taking “further enforcement action, monitoring Marie Stopes International closely and reviewing its progress.”
Dr. Peter Saunders, Chief Executive of Christian Medical Fellowship, said it is “disgraceful” that Marie Stopes “has continued to fail to meet basic standards of care.”
MP Robert Flello echoed Saunders sentiments, adding that abortion clinics are nearly always more concerned with profit than with providing care to women:
“Women are being railroaded through an industry which gets paid for as many abortions as it can perform.”
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Publication date: August 15, 2017