The New York Times has a story on abortion in South Korea where it is technically illegal but widely available and routinely committed. Notably, the article looks at the growing skepticism among doctors including some formerly involved in the abortion industry. It is well worth reading because it provides a glimmer of hope that abortion can be reversed and includes some informational tidbits that seldom makes it into the Times, namely that there is skepticism from within the medical ranks about this particular procedure. One obstetrician, Dr. Park Sung-chul, a member Gynob, a pro-life group of former abortionists, calls abortion murder. Dr. Choi Anna, a founder of Gynob, declared “We sold our soul for money. Abortion was an easy way to make money.”