Irish medical practice does not need the introduction of an abortion regime into our hospitals.
Savita Halappanavar’s death is a tragedy that has radiated outwards to embrace the world. Everyone has been moved by the grief of the husband and parents of this young woman whose life was cut short.
A mother dying during pregnancy has a particular sadness. If it turns out that it could have been avoided with the exercise of care by those who were entrusted with her medical treatment, that will be a source, not only of sadness, but of great concern.
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