Doctors, nurses, staff and volunteers from abortion centers across the nation have learned that

the Most Adult Thing to do is to Leave

“We were told to find the woman’s weakness and work on it. The women were never given any alternatives.”

–Debra Henry, Former abortion counselor

“It’s a lie when they tell you they’re doing it to help women, because they’re not. They’re doing it for the money.

–Nita Whitten, Former abortion counselor

“Sorrow, quite apart from the sense of shame, is exhibited in some way by virtually every woman for whom I performed an abortion, and that’s 20,000 as of 1995. The sorrow is revealed by the fact that most women cry at some point during the experience . . . The grieving process may last from several days to several years . . . Grief is sometimes delayed . . . The grief may lie sublimated and dormant for years.”

–Susan Poppema, m.d., FORMER abortionist

“The picture of the baby on the ultrasound bothered me more than anything else. The staff couldn’t take it. Women who were having abortions were never allowed to see the ultrasound . . . because we knew that if they so much as heard the heartbeat, they wouldn’t want to have an abortion.

–Joseph Randall, M.D., Former abortionist

“I am deeply troubled by my own increasing certainty that I have in fact presided over 60,000 deaths. There is no longer serious doubt in my mind that human life exists from the very onset of pregnancy.

–Bernard Nathanson, m.d. Former abortionist

“My official title at the mill was ‘health worker.’ I did various duties—lab work, leading groups (deceiving women about their abortions), ‘advocating’ (deceiving women during their abortions), and assisting the abortionist, which included helping during the abortion and checking to make sure all the parts of the baby were there in the collection jar afterwards. I will never forget, in the second-trimester abortions, holding those little feet up to a chart on the wall to make sure of the age of the baby.



“I have been there, and I have seen these totally formed babies as early as ten weeks...with the leg missing, or with their head off. I have seen the little rib cages . . . “

–Debra Henry, Former abortion counselor


“I found much distress in the clinic, but it involved not only the women. I saw the pain of the babies who were born burned from the saline solution used for late-term abortions. I saw the bits of feet, bits of hands, the mangled heads and bodies of the little people. I saw pain and felt pain.”

–Paula Sutcliffe, Former Clinic Worker