Dr. Wicklund book gives you a glimpse of what it is like to be an abortion provider. Despite death threats and angry protesters she continues to spend six days a week, driving and flying to clinics, so that she can provide safe and early term abortions.
Dr. Wicklund provides counseling and asks her patients over and over if the abortion is their choice and if it is what truly what they want. She is absolutely dedicated to women's health and their rights.
This book is emotional as are the stories within it. This is a compelling story that should be read by all.
If you feel as strongly as I do about women's rights and you should (especially right now during this election time) take the time to read this book.
This book is well written, poignant and informative.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
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