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What does an unborn child feel during an abortion?

 


 

While an unborn child cannot verbally express the pain she experiences, all biological indicators suggest unborn children are capapble of feeling pain by at least 20 weeks. "An unborn child at 20 weeks gestation is fully capable of experiencing pain ... Without question, abortion is a dreadfully painful experience for any infant subjected to such a surgical procedure." Robert J. White, MD., Ph.D professor of neurosurgery, Case Western Reserve University   

 

Fact Sheet - Pain of the Unborn

http://www.nrlc.org/abortion/Fetal_Pain/FetalPain091604.pdf

 

 

 

Father Frank Pavone Discussing Fetal Pain [listen] [streaming video]