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'An unusual life': Woman who survived abortion attempt speaks at SCSU


'An unusual life': Woman who survived abortion attempt speaks at SCSU
St. Cloud Times

Gianna Jessen is a survivor. She wasn't supposed to live. She wasn't supposed to walk. Jessen survived an abortion attempt when her 17-year-old biological mother was seven-and-a-half months pregnant. She was 2½ pounds, which is about the size of a ...

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