The Menopause Center
2702 North Orange Ave
Suite # A
Orlando, FL 32804
Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida
(Does abortion referrals only.)
2250 East Edgewood Drive
Lakeland, FL, 33803
(The following Planned Parenthood locations do abortion referrals only.)
2121 W. Pensacola Street
Tallahassee, FL 32304
914 NW 13th Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
2370-1 South 3rd Street
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
3850 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207
YOB: c. 1960
This practitioner has indicated the following additional state licensure: Massachusetts, Missouri, Maryland
I’ Cori Baill is president and founder of The Menopause Center in Orlando and Medical Director of Planned Parenthood Southwest and Central Florida.
She is an outspoken child-killing advocate. She writes numerous editorials in support of child murder. The Planned Parenthood center in Lakeland where she is listed as “medical director” refers to four other locations. She apparently deals mainly with menopausal women and needs to have her pro-abortion activism exposed to her pro-life patients.
She is a signer of the Abortion Providers Declaration of Rights.
Her pro-murder rhetoric is a good case example of the political craftiness common among the prophets of Baal who still hold sway over our modern King Ahabs and Queen Jezebels. A short quote from the following article reveals a common rhetorical tactic.
A Woman’s Age A Factor In Her Abortion Decision
By Cori Baill, Special to the Sentinel, July 19, 1998
No one thinks abortion is a good thing. Far better would be that every child is a wanted child and unintended pregnancy did not occur. Study after study has shown that broad sex education, including abstinence and alternatives to sexual intercourse, as well as access to effective contraception, are the most effective ways to reduce the number of abortions.
Society should not risk the lives of nearly half the population, especially those children under 15 years of age and the women, mostly mothers already over 40, who utilize abortion services for unintended pregnancies at the highest rate. I envy no one this difficult decision. I am glad I can teach many to avoid it, but biology is not easily or neatly constrained.
On the contrary, “study after study” in fact shows the opposite of what Baill (Baal?) says is true. This is a common deceptive argument. If we simply increase the money for sex education and make chemical abortifacients available to all, there will be fewer unwanted pregnancies and therefore fewer surgical abortions. It seems to make perfect, logical sense, doesn’t it?
What the prophets of Baal do not explain is how Planned Parenthood has built a multi-billion dollar empire by selling these lies. The goal of “Murder Incorporated,” which is increasingly funded by your tax dollars, is to increase promiscuity among teenage girls at a lower and lower age. With available birth control or not, many of these girls will become pregnant and will seek the services of Planned Parenthood in order to murder their child.
In fact, since the widespread availability of chemical birth control in the 1960s, teenage promiscuity and pregnancy has skyrockted. While Planned Parenthood claims to want to reduce the number of abortion, in reality they want to corner the murder-for-profit market.
Baill wrote the following article in support of George Tiller’s late term abortion practice. George Tiller was a late-term abortionist in Wichita, Kansas, who by almost anyone’s estimation was one of the greatest mass murderers in American history. Like most of Tiller’s defenders, Baill erroneously claims that the majority of Tiller’s victims were the “hard cases” stemming from “horrendous circumstances.” On the contrary, it has been documented that many if not most of these children would have survived if they had simply been delivered by c-section.
Murdered Kansas doctor inspired patients, colleagues
By I’ Cori Baill, Special to the Sentinel, Opinion, June 07, 2009
Dr. George Tiller’s murder a week ago while serving as an usher in his hometown church in Wichita, Kan., left many, myself included, shocked and bereaved. A few days later, a comforting e-mail reached my desk. A Florida woman shared with me her grateful recollections of Dr. Tiller, who had cared for her in his clinic. The e-mail relayed a moving story attesting to the care the woman had received at a most difficult time.
But Dr. Tiller’s legacy extends beyond patient care. I doubt there is an obstetrician/gynecologist practicing in the U.S. who is not familiar with Dr. Tiller’s clinic, and many of us have referred to him over the years. I was a third-year resident in Baltimore in 1988. A poor, frightened, pregnant girl came to the resident clinic. Because her exam did not match her calculated due date, she was sent for an ultrasound, and like the patient who e-mailed me, she received the terrible news that a lethal anomaly was present. Her infant developed a normal body but no brain. I reviewed with my young patient her treatment options, including late-term abortion. She was early into her last trimester of pregnancy and wanted termination as soon as possible. Third-trimester abortion was not available at our hospital.
I called Dr. Tiller in Wichita and explained the situation, adding that our patient was unlikely to be able to pay for his services upfront, having only Maryland Medicaid. He said, “If you can get her here, I’ll take care of her.” We passed the hat, our attending physician supplemented the somewhat meager resident contribution, and we put her on a plane with a copy of her ultrasound report.
Shortly after my graduation, Dr. Tiller was shot by protesters. He was injured in both arms, but fortunately had on a bullet-proof vest. I wrote to him to wish him a speedy recovery and thanked him again for the care he had extended to my resident clinic patient. I expressed my admiration and appreciation of the work he did. I didn’t expect it, but he wrote me back. He said that he didn’t deserve admiration. What kept him going, he explained, was the bravery, relief and appreciation of the women he had the privilege to care for.
“They deserve your admiration,” he wrote, “not me.” He deeply respected his patients and extended compassion for the often horrendous circumstances and complications surrounding their pregnancies. That was why, despite having been shot and continually threatened and harassed, he continued to practice as soon as he recovered.