Abortion Survivors Left to Die: What Jill Stanek Saw

Infanticide and abortion go hand-in-hand. Afterall, the only difference is the baby’s location. Both acts kill an innocent child.

When Jill Stanek was working as a nurse in 1999, she discovered that her hospital was performing abortions. Many preborn babies would be delivered early and then left to die in the hospital’s utility room. Often, these children were aborted because of fetal abnormalities.

One night, Jill Stanek held a baby with Down syndrome, who’d survived an abortion attempt. He finally died in her arms. This experience changed Jill’s life and set her on a mission to end abortion.

In this interview with Jill Stanek, she shares her story for a new generation. If he had lived, the baby she held would be 25 years old now! Find out how this experience changed Jill’s life.

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  1. Rosina McFadden on February 2, 2024 at 7:56 PM

    I’m hoping that the Down’s syndrome baby was baptized and is now in heaven with our Lord.

  2. Pauline Cyr on February 2, 2024 at 4:48 PM

    I am pro life for several years and I go to pray daily at Planned Parenthood. It is so sad that we are still dealing with abortions and the ones going in PP are very angry at us for being there. We will never stop until these places close for good. We have saved many babies over the years but one abortion is too many.
    They are coming from all over the United States.

  3. Suzanne Wickerd on February 1, 2024 at 5:05 PM

    Thank you HLI for inspiring us, through Jill Stanek, to be ready to do what we can to help others. Praying for charity and for children, vulnerable adults, and families in our country and world. I know we can have the help of Jesus, “King of the saints” in this fallen world. (Revelation 15:3 KJV)

    “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets.” Matthew 7:12 KJV

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