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The following have worked for the abortion mill:
 
The following have worked for the abortion mill:
 
*[[Annie Muirgen]], Senior Social Worker<ref name=24aug04>[http://www.abortion.gen.nz/docs/ASC_Technical_Committee_Report_24_Aug04.pdf Abortion.gen.nz: ''Guidelines for the Use of Mifepristone for Medical Abortion in New Zealand'', 2003]</ref>
 
*[[Annie Muirgen]], Senior Social Worker<ref name=24aug04>[http://www.abortion.gen.nz/docs/ASC_Technical_Committee_Report_24_Aug04.pdf Abortion.gen.nz: ''Guidelines for the Use of Mifepristone for Medical Abortion in New Zealand'', 2003]</ref>
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*[[Mahesh Harilall]], abortionist
 
*[[Neil Buddicom]], abortionist
 
*[[Neil Buddicom]], abortionist
 
*[[Tony Baird]], abortionist and former director
 
*[[Tony Baird]], abortionist and former director

Revision as of 10:30, 8 May 2012

Greenlane Clinical Centre, Auckland

The Epsom Day Unit in Greenlane, Auckland is New Zealand largest abortion mill. In 2009, 5,380 abortions were performed at the Epsom Day Unit [1]

About

The clinic is located on Level 5 in Building 7 at the Greenlane Clinical Centre in Greenlane, Auckland. [2].

Personnel

The following have worked for the abortion mill:

Donating placental tissue for research

Circa 2006, the Auckland Medical Aid Centre abortion mill and the Epsom Day Unit abortion mill donated placental tissue to University of Auckland student Joanna James to assist with her thesis on "Cytotrophoblast Differentiation in the First Trimester of Human Pregnancy". In her acknowledgements, James specifically thanked Prof. Peter Stone "for his assistance in reading my work, and writing numerous referees reports."[4]

References

  1. Report of the Abortion Supervisory Committee 2010 (accessed on 16 July, 2011)
  2. Auckland District Health Board website: Epsom Day Unit (accessed 16/7/2011)
  3. Abortion.gen.nz: Guidelines for the Use of Mifepristone for Medical Abortion in New Zealand, 2003
  4. "Cytotrophoblast Differentiation in the First Trimester of Human Pregnancy," A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Joanna James, Dec. 2006