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Old Apr 26, '12, 9:11 am
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Default Abortion Survivor Meets Nurse Who Saved Her Life

Abortion Survivor Meets Nurse Who Saved Her Life

The abortion survivor steps into the room and comes face to face with a nurse volunteer that held and rocked her nearly thirty-five years ago when she was in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Tears flow quickly and they embrace. Sounds like a scene straight out of a Hollywood movie, doesn’t it?

http://www.lifenews.com/2012/04/26/a...aved-her-life/
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Old Apr 26, '12, 10:12 am
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Thanks for sharing.
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Old Apr 26, '12, 11:01 am
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Melissa's adoptive parents are from my hometown in northwest IA.
This is a really touching story
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Old Apr 26, '12, 11:16 am
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Hollywood would never have the guts to make a film like this - not pc enough!
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Old Apr 26, '12, 11:22 am
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Agree with Philial, Hollywood's love of sex, drugs, and rock & roll with liberal lifestyles would critize the nurse who stepped in and saved a life. Pro-abortion liberals would picket and protest the movie. And the public school system would use it to teach kids how to use abortion as a means of birth control. What happened to our "Christian" roots? Thank the Lord a life was saved!
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nurses rule
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