Abortionist who called abortion Christian and godlike has died
The obit reads, Hanson, Mildred S., M.D. of Edina passed away March 4th, 2015. Mildred was preceded in death by brothers Ralph Schaffer and Victor Schaffer; and brother-in-law, Roman Meyer. She is survived by her children, Melanie Hanson, William (Patricia) Hanson, Robert Hanson, and Marilee Hanson; grandchildren, Joseph, Mats & Anders; siblings, Doris (Russell) Utgard, Goldie Meyer, Peggy (Mel) Prinz, and Johnny (Jacque) Schaffer; dear friend, Dr. Robert Rusnak; and many other loving family, friends, colleagues & patients. Mildred graduated as valedictorian from Clayton High School (WI) and went on to attend the University of Wisconsin River Falls and University of Minnesota Medical School and completed her residency at Hennepin County General Hospital. She was a dedicated OBGYN physician who had her own private practice for many years. Mildred was a recipient of the prestigious Harold S. Diehl award from the University of Minnesota, she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and she was a renowned national speaker. She was very active politically, particularly in the field of women’s health. She had a passion for cooking, gardening, Scrabble, travel, skiing, and laughter. A private service will be held on Monday, March 9th, 2015.
However they want to paint her days on this earth- she is responsible for thousands of deaths of unborn children.
According to Physicians for Reproductive Health, Abortionist Mildred Hanson spent 30 years as medical director of Planned Parenthood of Minnesota and South Dakota, while providing first and second trimester abortions at her own clinic.
In 1997, Mildred Hanson retired as Planned Parenthood Minnesota/South Dakota Medical Director. She is considered an icon in the abortion industry.
Hanson called the killing of unborn babies, ethical, Christian and godlike.
“I challenged myself: Is this right? Is this ethical? Is this Christian? Is this appropriate? Am I demeaning myself? Do I want to do abortions? There’s a lot of personal soul-searching. It’s not an easy decision that a physician makes to be an abortion provider. It’s something that we do, through our own personal soul-searching, over and over again,” she said.
“Abortion is a part of medical care, and people who seek abortions are every bit as ethical, as Christian—as godlike, if you will—as those who don’t have abortions. And I really believe that with all my heart. And the people who do abortions are every bit as ethical and as kind and loving and godlike as those who think abortion is wrong. I say that with every conviction I have. Abortion clearly has improved women’s health, no matter how you look at it.”
Hanson also said that killing unborn children in the womb was as much a part of medical care as delivering babies.
“Providing abortion is as much a part of medical care as delivering babies and doing appendectomies and treating sore throats. It’s an integral part of medical care….It is not something that should be stigmatized. It should be a part of general and total medical care.” — Dr. Millie Hanson, in 2004.