November 17, 2012

A Decisive Change in Ireland's Abortion Debate

Noel Whelan, Irish Times

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There is much we do not know about the medical care Savita Halappanavar received. It is as yet unclear whether a lack of legal clarity contributed in any way to the circumstances of her death. We have her husband’s harrowing account of her last days, and it is clear the couple endured a horrendous ordeal. The tragedy has devastated us all.

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