Maryland Abortionists’ Licenses Suspended Following Death of Patient


The medical licenses of two abortionists in Maryland have been suspended following the death of Maria Santiago, a 38-year old woman who stopped breathing and suffered cardiac arrest while she was left unattended immediately after her abortion in February. The license of a third abortionist was also suspended following evidence that he engaged in other dangerous conduct that could have led to the grave injury or death of another woman.

The suspensions highlight more of the dangers facing women in the nation’s abortion clinics, challenging the claim of pro-abortion supporters that “legal” abortion is “safe” abortion and demonstrating the long histories of unsafe clinics and abortionists that are only recently coming to light.

Operation Rescue, a pro-life advocacy organization, reports that the Maryland Board of Physicians suspended the medical licenses of abortionists Iris E. DominyMansour G. Panah, and Michael Angelo Basco on May 29th. All three abortionists are associated with well-known late-term abortionist Steven Chase Brigham of New Jersey.

The four Maryland abortion clinics operating under the name Associates in OB/GYN Care, which is affiliated with Brigham, were ordered to stop all surgical abortions on May 9th. Dominy and Panah are believed to be associated with the death of Santiago.

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