The only problem is a personnel problem. It’s an unattractive method because you have to morselate [cut into small pieces] the fetus, and then remove it with forceps rather than a nice little suction catheter. The girls in the operating room don’t exactly draw straws to go in with you.
— Jonathan B. Imber, Abortion and the Private Practice of Medicine (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986) 86
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