Aborting babies just got a heck of a lot more efficient after the launch of a new abortion device. The device can terminate the life of a baby in a mere 3-minutes, even when the baby is at 12 weeks. The device is a result of a physician who attended Harvard.
The new device is called SofTouch, and it was the centerpiece of a feminist article in Glamour magazine.
“You’ve probably never heard of it, but recently a device that has the power to transform the abortion process hit the healthcare scene,” says Glamour. “It fits in the palm of a doctor’s hand and doesn’t require an electric suction machine or an operating room or fasting the night before. A patient doesn’t need to be sedated and there are and no limits on her lifestyle either before or after the procedure. In fact, she can get the entire procedure done in her lunch hour and go right back to work. It’s nonsurgical, noninvasive and is nearly 100 percent effective. It can be completed in 60 to 90 seconds if the patient is less than six weeks pregnant and in about two or three minutes if she’s between six and 10 weeks.”
Doctor Joan Fleischman invented SofTouch back in 2011. He calls it “today’s most natural and least invasive option for early abortion.” The SofTouch is inserted into the woman’s cervix for up to 5-minutes. SofTouch calls this “releasing the pregnancy,” which is code for “terminating life” by any scientific standard.
“There’s no scraping, no operating room, and you can eat and drink normally the night before,” the site states.