An inspection carried out by the National Health Fund (NFZ) into the death of a woman who died from pregnancy complications found numerous irregularities in the organisation, implementation and quality of patient services at the hospital that treated her.
The European Parliament (EP) in a Thursday resolution called on Poland to change its abortion laws, which ban nearly all pregnancy terminations.
On Saturday afternoon a protest under the slogan "Not a single one more" set out from the Constitutional Tribunal in Warsaw after the death of a 30-year-old woman due to pregnancy complications.
The management of a hospital in the southern Polish town of Pszczyna has suspended the contracts of the two doctors who were on duty when a pregnant woman died of sceptic shock in September, the hospital announced on Friday.
Finding the woman lying on the ground with the baby’s head already visible, Sgt. Ireneusz Iwańczyk whipped out a pair of latex gloves and proceeded to deliver the baby on the spot, as the woman’s dumbstruck husband watched on.
A highway patrol officer became an overnight hero after delivering the unborn baby deer found falling out of its dead mother's stomach following the fatal accident in Bielsko-Biała.
The mummy was subjected to several sets of tomographic scans, X-rays and a three-dimensional visualization which allowed a closer examination of the entire fetus which established that the woman was in the 26-28th week of pregnancy.
The leader of Women’s Strike, the organisation that has spearheaded mass abortion protests, has said that Poland faces a “nightmare moment” when a near-total ban on abortion “becomes a fact”.
Poland's Constitutional Tribunal on Wednesday presented a written rationale behind its October 22, 2020, judgment on the protection of life.
The five babies, four girls and one boy, were delivered through caesarean section in the mother’s 29th week of pregnancy.