Q:What is your take on the Savita Halappanavar case?
She died from septicemia, or blood poisoning, meaning that doctors did not administer antibiotics in time. I feel the doctors are human and they make mistakes. Perhaps they froze and had no idea what to do in such a situation and I believe they failed to do the duty of attempting to save both lives. However, we won’t know until the independent investigations report their findings. It’s a terrible tragedy that two lives had to be lost, but killing the child would not have done anything to help her because the death was caused by septicemia.
P.S. your other 5-part question is sitting here in the ask, but I feel like the question is for Jo, so I’m not going to touch it. Just letting you know.