Abortion Practitioner Tells Colleagues: Don’t Let Women See Ultrasound of Their Baby

National   Sarah Terzo   Mar 6, 2015   |   12:11PM    Washington, DC

Dr. Sally Faith Dorfman, who worked at Einstein Medical College, gave the following advice to abortion providers:

A compassionate and sensitive sonographer should remember to turn the screen away from the plane of view [of the woman having an abortion]. Staff, too, may find themselves increasingly disturbed by the repeated visual impact of an aspect of their work that they need to partially deny in order to continue to function optimally and to concentrate on the needs of the women who come to them for help.

Transcript excerpts from a talk entitled “Abortion Update” (talk no. 1065), given by Dr. Sally Faith Dorfman, director of Family Planning, Development and Research at Albert Einstein Medical College in New York, at the American Public Hospital Conference November 18, 1985, in Washington DC. Recorded by Robert G Marshall, director of research, Castello Institute.

Quoted in Robert Marshall, Charles Donovan Blessed Are the Barren: The Social Policy of Planned Parenthood (San Francisco, CA: Ignatius Press 1991)

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LifeNews.com Note: Sarah Terzo is a pro-life liberal who runs ClinicQuotes.com, a web site devoted to exposing the abortion industry. She is a member of the pro-life groups Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Secular Pro-Life. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook. This originally appeared at Live Action News.