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Abortion the termination of pregnancy before the fetus has attained the ability to live independently is morally wrong The decision of pro-life or pro-choice has been societys most controversial topic for years Those who support pro-life believe that life itself begins at conception and that abortion is the actual killing of a human life Those who support pro-choice on the other hand believe that the childs mother has every right to carry out or end a pregnancy and that the child in the womb is not a person until it is born This has been proven wrong The child is a person as soon as it is conceived it is distinct and different and has its own heartbeat The moment the sperm unites with the egg the cells begin to divide into genes that will make the child unique and this can never be duplicated again Abortion ends the lives of living breathing and moving children and therefore I think it is murder In 1973 the US Supreme Court decided that as long as the baby lived in the womb it was the property of the mother Because of this one out of every three babies in America is killed by abortion which is 15 million per year In 1969 the abortion laws were changed in Canada so that it became legal for a doctor to perform an abortion if a committee of three other doctors deemed that continuation of the pregnancy would cause a threat to the health of the mother Imagine how many potential scientists teachers or just unique individuals have been killed by this senseless act There are several different forms of abortion all of which are disgustingly violent and indecent 1 Vacuum curettage is a powerful suction tube inserted through the cervix and into the womb The fetus is torn apart by the force of the suction and the body parts and placenta are then sucked into
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