Originally Posted by Dr. Broncenstein
Still waiting to hear about a medical indication for terminating the life of a viable fetus. Educate us.
Viable, by your own definition is still a fetus that something that requires invasive produces are enormous resources to preserve.
I asked about 24 weeks because that's the generally accepted age before a fetus is considered "viable", and also the legal limit of elective abortions pretty much everywhere (is there a place that allows it after)?
But survival is not impossible before then (21 weeks is the current earliest survival AFAIK).
So what are we talking about? Cases of legal late term elective abortion with a technically viable fetus, or something else?