Woman Sues Abortionist Because Abortion Failed to Kill Her Disabled Son

International   |   Sarah Zagorski   |   Mar 3, 2015   |   12:10PM   |   Toronto, Canada

In Canada, a woman is suing her gynecologist for one million dollars after a failed abortion resulted in the live birth of a five-pound boy with fetal abnormalities, including a smaller brain and a hole in his heart.

The woman, Tania Brown, wrote in her official complaint to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice that Dr. Michel Prevost committed “gross negligence and medical malpractice” with respect to her failed abortion.

On October 4th, 2011, Brown she went in for a chemical abortion and Prevost administered a combination of methotrexate and misoprostol to kill her unborn baby. Then the abortionist injected incorrect doses of the drugs, which led to the failed abortion. Now, miraculously, the boy is alive and Brown’s released him for adoption.

Thankfully, in February, Prevost resigned after the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario found he was “incompetent in his practice of obstetrics and gynecology.” He’s also decided that he will not reapply to practice medicine in Ontario, and he will never practice obstetrics or gynecology in any jurisdiction.

CBC News reports that a medical inspector found Prevost “lacked knowledge, skill or judgment” in his treatment and care of 28 patients.



Brown’s baby is alive today not only because the abortion drugs failed but also because Prevost didn’t have the opportunity to kill the baby after he was born.


Unfortunately, many babies who are born alive at abortion facilities don’t survive because abortionists kill them upon arrival. For example, as LifeNews previously reported, in Canada between 2000 and 2011, 622 babies born alive after an abortion were left to die.

Additionally, in the United States, Florida Rep. Cary Pigman, an emergency medicine physician and the sponsor of the Florida “born-alive” bill, said national data reveals that hundreds of babies die after failed abortions. He said, “We do have some sense in that with perinatal infant mortality data it is recorded. In 2010, there were 24,586 perinatal deaths in the United States. Perinatal defines as being from the 22nd week of gestation to seven days post delivery.”

He added, “Those are all coded by international classification. Regarding babies who die after a botched abortion, he said, “As of 2010, 1,270 infants were reported in that category — and I emphasize reported.” Tragically, abortionists use torturous methods to “get rid of babies” after failed abortion, such as snipping the child’s neck, drowning and tearing the child apart piece by piece.

Watch the video below to learn more about Tania Brown’s lawsuit against the abortionist.