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Abortionist Ronachai Banchongmanie
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Abortion proponents assure us that current government oversight of abortion is sufficient to ensure that women are given safe abortions in a clean, caring, sanitary environment. The example of Ronachai Banchongmanie blows this little myth out of the water. Let's follow his facility over years of inspections. Watch for continued violations in the following areas:

And an autoclave is a piece of equipment used to sterilize medical instruments before surgery or other treatment. Pay attention to how RELSCO cared for the autoclave.

Among the deficiencies cited in May 1979 inspections:

Banchongmanie's corporation which owned the clinic, RELSCO, did not make the corrections required by the state, but instead asked for a waiver that would allow the facility to operate as-is. (Statement of Deficiencies and Plan of Correction 3-3-79, 3-7-79)

Next, how good a job Banchongmanie did of bringing his facility up to code for 1980 inspections.

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