Introduction For Abortion Essay

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Many views have been considered towards abortion. It is regarded as one of the most crucial issues to be discussed. I have chosen this topic since it represents a heated debate that involves lots of views and perspectives. Also, this topic has been at the top of many agendas for discussion to reach somewhere between the two extremes those who adopt abortion as an option and others who oppose tis belief. In this research, I will be presenting views regarding abortion and thoughts of concerned people will be considered and further discussed; for those who believe that abortion is legal and opponents to these views are presented, and a third team who tries to strike the balance between the two extremes and a conclusion could be
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In case, a mother will be highly and bodily affected by this pregnancy. Also, it is also agreed that in certain circumstances if the baby is proven to have a disability or to be mentally retarded. In these situations, abortion could be accepted. ' 'Speaking as one who had never experienced that painful situation, I would say abortion is not the preferred solution. However, after reading accounts from medical doctors of the great suffering ' Larry Baden ' ' and pain involved, I would agree to end the pregnancy by abortion. Furthermore, in our English class we were given an essay written by Martha Mendoza. ' 'This Essay was nominated as a National Magazine Awards Finalist 'Martha Mendoza '. It is entitled in “Between a woman and her doctor; a story about abortion you will never forget”. Martha depicts a story of a mother who was in her 19 weeks pregnancy when surprisingly, while a normal check- up, she found that her baby is dead. “It’s not a live” said her doctor. Martha explains and shows in details how this mother suffered both physically and psychologically because of not being able to abort her deadly baby in her

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