Published: Sun, December 01, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Ohio Bill: Doctors Must Reimplant Ectopic Pregnancy or Face Charges

Ohio Bill: Doctors Must Reimplant Ectopic Pregnancy or Face Charges

A United States issue has provided an impolite anti-abortion bill that orders clinical doctors to compose a arrangement that doesn't exist in clinical science - or face life in jail.

OH obstetrician and gynecologist Dr David Hackney acknowledged: I don't trust I'm typing this again but, that's no longer doable. It is not possible to move an ectopic pregnancy from a fallopian tube, or anywhere else it might have implanted, to the uterus.

The bill, which is among the most extreme anti-abortion legislation to date, also legally recognises a fetus as an "unborn child" and proposes charging abortion providers with aggravated murder unless the procedure was necessary to save a woman's life. "The fertilized egg can't survive, and the growing tissue may cause life-threatening bleeding, if left untreated".

I don't trust I'm typing this again but, that's no longer doable. This crime is punishable by life in prison.

Earlier this year, OH passed a bill banning abortions as early as six weeks, a time when many women may not know they are pregnant.

A number of doctors in the state have slammed the bill, which is being sponsored by two Republicans.

Numerous lawmakers who sponsored or co-sponsored the legislation didn't return the Guardian's requests for comment, but Mike Gonidakis, the president of the anti-abortion group Ohio Right to Life, says he is still reading the legislation.

Marcelo delighted as streetwise Real Madrid claim Alaves win
Eden Hazard, though, continues to nurse an ankle problem. Zidane said afterwards, "We've never lost Isco. We knew that we had to fight and we did it".


The Guardian also contacted the Susan B Anthony List, a national anti-abortion organization. Ron Hood and Candice Keller, would end abortion completely in the state. The Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association also did not reply to a request for comment.

OH passed a six-week abortion ban last summer.

HB413 follows the contentious " heartbeat bill" signed by Oh Republican Gov. Mike DeWine, whom imposed one of the crucial stringent illigal baby killing restrictions within the nation, banning abortions after as early as 5 weeks - earlier than most ladies know they' re pregnant.

"Ohio Right to Life has sought to enact incremental, life-saving laws in Ohio, that will either go into effect in Ohio or serve as a vehicle to overturn Roe v Wade", he said.

Abortion has been legal in all U.S. states since the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade decision by the Supreme Court, the highest court in the country.

In May, researcher Dr David Grossman argued reimplanting a fertilized egg or embryo is "pure science fiction" in a Twitter thread that went viral in May, when the bill was first introduced. I'll clear up a few things in this thread. Doctors who don't somehow "attempt" to move the embryo from the fallopian tube to the uterus would face charges of "abortion murder" if the bill passes, the Guardian reports.

"There is no procedure to reimplant an ectopic pregnancy", Dr. Chris Zahn, vice-president of practice activities at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists tells the Guardian.

Like this: