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Critics call attorney general’s report on Planned Parenthood “incomplete”

Pathology Services, Inc. is an independent Pathology Laboratory specializing in surgical pathology and cytology. They are the third-party provider of pathology services for abortions performed at Planned Parenthood.  The company was named during a Missouri Senate Interim Committee on the Sanctity of Life, which is investigating how Planned Parenthood operates in Missouri.  The building is located at 2916 South Brentwood Blvd.

Several critics are calling a new report on Planned Parenthood in St. Louis "incomplete," adding that it raises questions about how Missouri law holds the abortion provider accountable for its handling of human remains from abortions.

Critics call attorney general’s report on Planned Parenthood “incomplete”

Several critics are calling a new report on Planned Parenthood in St. Louis "incomplete," adding that it raises questions about how Missouri law holds the abortion provider accountable for its handling of human remains from abortions.

Critics call attorney general’s report on Planned Parenthood “incomplete”

Several critics are calling a new report on Planned Parenthood in St. Louis "incomplete," adding that it raises questions about how Missouri law holds the abortion provider accountable for its handling of human remains from abortions.

MU announces it's discontinuing privileges granted to abortion doctor

The University of Missouri has announced it will discontinue a category of doctor privileges it granted last year to a doctor who provides medication-induced abortions at Planned Parenthood in Columbia.

The executive committee of the medical staff of MU Health Care voted unanimously to discontinue "refer and follow" privileges at MU Health care facilities, effective Dec. 1. Dr. Colleen McNicholas, who has performed medication-induced abortions at Planned Parenthood in Columbia since July, is one of two medical providers who have been granted "refer and follow" privileges.

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Pro-lifers prepare for spiritual battle at Helpers of God's Precious Infants Mass, procession

Lisa Johnston | lisajohnston@archstl.org  | Twitter: @aeternusphoto Seminarians from Kenrick-Glennon seminary prayed the rosary across the fence surrounding Planned Parenthood. About 450 pro-life supporters processed from the Cathedral Basilica to Planned Parenthood on Forest Park Avenue where they were met by pink signs held by counter protesters supporting the abortion provider.  Supporters of the abortion provided held signs behind a recently modified fence meant to obscure their view.

 

As the Helpers of God's Precious Infants Mass began at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, participants were fully aware of the spiritual battle they were about to encounter.

About 450 people came for the Saturday morning Mass and peaceful Rosary procession to Planned Parenthood, ready to face 100 or so counter-protesters on the clinic's parking lot wearing pink shirts and holding signs with messages including "I stand with Planned Parenthood" and "Don't take away our care."

Mizzou cancels contracts with Planned Parenthood; relationship with abortion doctor remains

The University of Missouri has severed some ties with Planned Parenthood, but the university's connection with a St. Louis abortion doctor remains in effect.

In the past month, since state legislators began investigating Planned Parenthood practices in Missouri, the university cancelled 10 contracts with Planned Parenthood clinics in four states where students earned clinical hours.

However, the university still has not revoked the "refer and follow" privileges it granted to Dr. Colleen McNicholas, a St. Louis doctor who performs medication abortions the Planned Parenthood in Columbia.

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