Inspiring True Story of a Woman Who Survived an Abortion

National   Caleb Parke   Dec 4, 2013   |   1:39PM    Washington, DC

Melissa Ohden is a walking miracle. Ohden’s mother, an unwed teenager at the time of her pregnancy, went through a saline-infused abortion, a procedure that soaked Melissa’s body in saline solution for five days. Her mother was expected to give birth to a dead baby.

But a nurse heard Melissa crying on that day in 1977 at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Sioux City, Iowa.

Since publicizing her story, Ohden has become an outspoken advocate for women and children to choose life.

Melissa shows us what our missing brothers and sisters would be like, if we would just give them a chance.

As Melissa said, “It’s not just a word. It’s not a statistic. It’s not just a choice…just a right — It’s a human being.”

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LifeNews Note: Caleb Parke is a recent graduate of Grove City College in Pennsylvania, born and raised on a small horse farm in Findlay, Ohio. Reprinted with permission from Live Action News.