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TheMadMonk Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Apr-24-10 11:38 PM
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35. It's more than just what they should have known.
It also encompasses failure to disclose (until too late) information which might lead a mother to terminate.

This nearly happened to my brother's ex. The fetus had no kidneys, which results in little or no amniotic fluid. As a result the lungs are unable to develop.

Fortunately the Ethic's Board waived the state mandated 22 week cutoff or she would have been forced to carry the baby to term, only to have it die, unable to take its first breath.
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