Mom fighting abortion bans after her daughter’s death points to her homeland as a cautionary tale

On the eve of the anniversary of her daughter’s death Tuesday night, Rosa Hernández was having trouble falling asleep. She said she could still feel the presence of her 16-year-old child Rosaura “Esperancita” Almonte Hernández, who died a decade ago when she had leukemia. Doctors had delayed giving Rosaura chemotherapy because she was pregnant, and they didn’t want to harm the fetus.

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