Women's Bodies Used as 'Incubators'
"In the case of a medical emergency, we would try to use the woman's body as an incubator to just try to keep the pregnancy going as long as possible," an Oklahoma hospital employee said.
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The U.S. is devolving into a brutal, dystopian Handmaid’s Tale nightmare for women and girls.
A Physicians for Human Rights study on the results of the overlapping and confusing abortion laws in Oklahoma post Roe uncovered an alarming policy to use a woman’s body as an incubator in case of an emergency, with no regard to the woman’s life.
Women’s bodies used as incubators - does this sound like freedom?
The study got varying responses from hospitals while using “simulated patient” methodology to determine how patients were actually being treated post Roe (my emphasis):
One hospital representative claimed: “If the situation is truly life-threatening, decisions will be made,” without explaining how those decisions would be made or by whom.
Another hospital representative stated th…
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