Pregnant woman’s death linked to Poland’s strict abortion laws

The World

She's only known in public by her first name. Izabela was 22 weeks pregnant when she was admitted to a hospital in southern Poland. She died of septic shock 24 hours later. Her family is blaming Poland's strict laws prohibiting abortion in most circumstances. Polish officials say the doctors on duty were to blame. The World's Europe correspondent Orla Barry has the story.   

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