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WATCH: Woman not told her baby could feel pain

18 May 2020

Ana-Maria Tudor had an abortion at 23 weeks but was not informed that her baby could survive at that age outside the womb and was also not told about the possibility of her baby feeling pain, during the abortion.

She is now challenging the existing guidelines from the National Institute of Care Excellence (NICE) through a legal challenge.

In the video below, Paul Conrathe from Sinclairslaw, who's representing Ms Tudor explains more about the significance of the case.

Ana-Maria Tudor's lawyer explains more about the case

Crowd­fund­ing the case

To support the case, Ana-Maria Tudor is raising funds to pay for her legal fees. She is not seeking any compensation in the case. A crowdfunder has been set up to enable people to give.



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