A woman who experienced a crisis pregnancy is speaking out after she was coerced by a senior member of the abortion industry to create allegations against a doctor who tried to help save her baby’s life.
‘Kate’, who is in her 40s, remains distraught that Jonathan Lord, medical director at MSI Reproductive Choices (MSI, formerly Marie Stopes International), harassed her to the point she had to block his number while recovering from serious post-abortion complications.
She states that her case was used by Lord, without her consent, to form the basis of a complaint to the General Medical Council (GMC) regarding Dr Dermot Kearney’s provision of abortion reversal treatment.
The complaint is now being investigated by the GMC despite Kate crediting Dr Kearney with saving her life during her crisis pregnancy.
This story is the latest in a series of serious incidents involving MSI and their services. In 2017, for example, a report from the Care Quality Commission found that MSI staff were being paid bonuses to persuade women to have abortions.