Canadian doctor exiled to abortions
June 26, 2010 Leave a comment
Allegations against a Canadian physician have demoted him to strictly practicing as an abortionist. Pro-life groups are upset that Krzysztof Fabisiak was allowed to continue practice at all after 25 unnamed patients filed allegations against him.
“His record, which is available on the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons website, said he was accused of ‘failing to maintain the standard of practice of a professional and is incompetent in his care and treatment of Patient A, B, and 23 other patients,'” reports Mary Ellen Douglas of Campaign Life Coalition.
A hearing against Fabisiak was canceled after he agreed to restrict his practice to abortions and the allegations were withdrawn. Douglas finds it curious that people would not allow the physician to apply a Band-Aid, yet permit him to kill unborn babies and be given the opportunity to harm the mother.
She further reports that Fabisiak has been hired by Henry Morgantaler, an abortionist who began his work more than 40 years ago — before abortion was legal. He is a physician whose license has been suspended and who was told by a committee that he had “an attitude which is primarily directed to protecting his fees.”
“He was also found to be reusing disposable curettes [a device used for vacuum abortions],” Douglas adds. “I think they were $1.69, [but] he was reusing them on patients. This was Morgantaler in the past, so he’s not very different from what he’s hiring in his facilities today. They’re still extremely dangerous, back-alley abortion facilities.”
She goes on to report that Canadians are mostly in the dark about this situation because the secular press will not report on it.