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on 06-04-12 at 02:46 PM
All medical doctors have their own opinion on the matter for this is mostly a debate on morals. Medically it was "ok" to many doctors to remove part of a person's brain for "function" at mental hospitals from the 1970's and under, including also using shock therapy. Why does this matter, because you want to quote doctors but I could also quote from doctors that will negate what your doctors are saying.
1. "IT'S A WOMAN'S RIIGHT TO MAKE THIS DECISION.