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Title: Abortion

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Date: May 26, 2004
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It begins to form at 18 days gestation and continues to develop until several weeks after birth, penetrating to the minutest regions of the body." Despite this intricate network of sensory connections that allow unborn children to feel pain, it is still legal anywhere in the United States to use any number of brutal methods to take their lives, without any form of anesthesia for the unborn baby...

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Even in late-term abortions, performed when the baby is partially delivered, no pain treatment is required for these almost-born children. Given the medical evidence that unborn babies experience pain, compassionate people are viewing abortion more and more as an inhumane and intolerable brutality against defenseless human beings...

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