Anjelica Duarte #20s #nevada #1990s #maternalindications #hemorrhagedeath #delayintransport #delayintreatment #quackery

SUMMARY: Anjelica Duarte, age 21, died November 1, 1991 after an abortion performed by Larry Thompson at Women's Place Clinic in Las Vegas, NV.

On November 1, 1991, 21-year-old Anjelica R. Duarte, a Mexican immigrant, underwent an abortion by Dr. Larry Thompson at Women's Place Clinic in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was five months pregnant, according to her friend, Sandra Santiago.

According to Sandra, Anjelica had sought an abortion because a doctor had recommended that she delay having another baby for five years due to health problems. Anjelica already had a three-year-old daughter and a one-year-old daughter.

After the abortion, Anjelica was kept under observation for several hours, but was not given any care. Sandra, who had accompanied Anjelica to the clinic, said that the first she knew that anything was wrong when, several hours after the abortion, she saw clinic staff performing CPR on her friend.

She was rushed to Lake Mead Hospital by paramedics at 7:30 that evening, but she was dead on arrival. A hospital spokesman said that she had lost 90 percent of her blood; her uterus had been perforated.

In reviewing the case, the medical board noted that Thompson did not have adequate equipment for post-operative care, and revoked his license.

Anjelica's was not the only tragic death caused by doctors who recommended (or excused) abortion as a life-saving or health-preserving option for the mother:
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  18. abortion
  19. abortion mill
  20. abortion mortality
  21. abortionists
  22. abortionists -- female
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  26. arizona
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