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‘Partial-birth’ abortion ‘isn’t a thing’: Missouri doctors get clinical

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Two of the six physicians still providing abortion services to women in Missouri speak with NBC News’ Dr. John Torres about the implications of outlawing abortion across the state and how language, like ‘heartbeat’ viability and ‘partial-birth,’ is used to 'reach to peoples’ heart strings.'