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Jennifer Conti one uphold abortion but now it OBGYN clinical instructor at Stanford University school of medicine she not only performed them she trained other doctors in the practice majority of politically active people don't remember that women dying in fact this infection in I mean because , back alley abortions we you know we grew up always knowing that women were afforded the same rights as men superfluous not , carried out in medicine is not only shocking motivation Hardenbergh university after eating in nineteen eighty two the number of abortion providers dropped by forty percent Vikings outline now tumble annual doctors like twenty are trying to reinvigorate that number almost three quarters of the nation's OBGYN residents are women and surveys have found that the doctors are more likely to provide abortions than any other group these doctors want to bring the conversation out in the open and recap the image of abortion as a humanitarian endeavor , Tina waiting ten students for light then doctors are supposed to protect life I understand a lot of these women especially they feel like they have to put , but I think once they get into it , I I think that they're going to change their minds