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Abortion portrayal

Absolute Strangers (television)

Notes:

A husband tries to keep his comatose wife alive by allowing doctors to terminate her pregnancy. Hearing about this, anti-abortion protesters start a legal campaign to gain legal custody of the fetus.

KEYWORDS: Pregnancy decision.

Release date: April 15, 1991
Time setting: Past (1989-1990)
Geographical setting: US (New York)
Health outcomes: Positive health outcome (Emerges from coma)
Character age: 30-39
Genre: Drama
Network: CBS

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