Kathi Aultman wanted to be a doctor so she could help women.
After receiving her license, she took a side job at a Florida women's clinic to perform abortions.
In an interview with CBN News, Aultman explained that "it was no question in my mind that a woman should have the right to choose whether she wanted to be pregnant or not, and that was the most important thing. And I didn't consider the fetus in the equation at all."
She went on to become director of a local Planned Parenthood. She said examining the parts of aborted babies fascinated her.
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"I was looking at it completely from a scientific standpoint, totally devoid of any emotion," said Aultman. It was amazing and I used to send it, the different parts, down to pathology and in our pathology rotation we would look at the slides, and it fascinated me."