Curtis Wayne Boyd
University of Texas Medical School
522 Lomas Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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Ordained Minister turned Dallas Abortion doctor: ‘Am I killing? Yes, I am’ Ambulance summoned to abortion clinic again – circuit abortionist Curtis Boyd travels between New Mexico and Texas Late term North Texas abortionist under investigation in ABQ. More 911 calls show botched and dangerous abortion complications ABQ Abortion doctor under investigation Curtis Boyd on AbortionWiki The First Legal Abortion Providers Tell Their Stories -- NY Mag, 10-13-2015 Longtime Abortionists Boast About 'Helping Women' Before Roe v. Wade -- CNS News.com, 10-19-2015 Abortion clinic sued over disclosure of fetal remains research - Albuquerque Journal, 12-05-2016
2008-11-19 Southwestern Women's Surgery Center - business registration
TX corporation registration for Southwestern Women's Surgery Center. Abortionist Curtis W. Boyd is the registered agent.
Boyd, Curtis Wayne - NEW MEXICO APPS as of 2017
NM medical license application file for Curtis Wayne Boyd.
2016-11-30 Duran v. Boyd -- Complaint
Complaint filed Nov. 11, 2016. -- Patient Jessica Duran files suit against Southwestern Women's Options abortion clinic and abortionists Curtis Boyd, Shelley Sella, and Carmen Landau. Details given in document.
Abortion clinic sued over disclosure of fetal remains research
-- Albuquerque Journal, 12-05-2016. Patient Jessica Duran sues abortionist Curtis Boyd and the Southwestern Women's Options clinic for failing to disclose that her aborted baby would be used for experimentation by the University of New Mexico. See pages 1 & 3.
BOYD 2016 NEW MEXICO CASE
Duran v. Boyd case history and court document list. Initial complaint filing date 11-30-2016.
Boyd Lawsuit - 2007
Document shows medical malpractice suit against Curtis Boyd's clinic for abortion complications, including disfigurement, perforated uterus, and uncontrolled bleeding.
Documented Death or Injury
2018-03-08 Curtis Boyd under investigation by NM Medical Board in Patient's Death
Details on Keisha Atkins' botched abortion death.
Lauren Dvorscak, MD -- NM license apps (RE: Keisha Atkins' pathology report)
New Mexico med license documents for UNM pathologist Lauren Dvorscak. Dvorscak co-authored Keisha Atkins' autopsy report (see page 1 of document below). NOTE: DVORSCAK IS A PATHOLOGIST -- NOT AN ABORTIONIST.
2017-02-03 Albuquerque Fire Dept incident report - Southwest Women's Options
Distress call from abortion clinic; patient Keisha Atkins died the following day after a botched abortion.
Curtis Boyd - Abortion Death - 1980
On January 22, 1980, Vanessa Preston, age 20, went into cardiac arrest and died after an abortion procedure performed by Dr. Curtis Boyd.
2017-05-25 Keisha Atkins Autopsy Report - botched abortion death
Keisha Atkins died on Feb. 4, 2017, as the result of a late-term abortion at Southwestern Women's Options. UNM, SWO's partner in the baby parts trade, did the autopsy and wrongly (in Operation Rescue's opinion) placed blame on her pregnancy instead of the abortion to cover up any culpability.
1995-04-21 State of New Mexico v. Danfelser
Abortionist Curtis Boyd and PP of the Rio Grande are plaintiffs in this lawsuit.
The First Legal Abortion Providers Tell Their Stories
-- NYMag.com, 10-13-2015.
Special Report-Abortion Capital
Five-part Exposé Detailing How Boyd & Co. Turned Albuquerque Into The Late-Term Abortion Capital of the World
Longtime Abortionists Boast About 'Helping Women' Before Roe v. Wade - 10-19-2015
-- CNSNews.com, 10-19-2015.
2017-10-23 non-party Jane Doe, MD, motion to quash deposition subpoena - Hawaii document 1 -- Whole Women's Health et al v. Paxton et al
Abortionist Curtis Boyd is a plaintiff in this lawsuit. Hawaii doctor "Jane Doe, MD" receives a subpoena to testify in a Texas lawsuit about abortion regulation. The anonymous "Dr. Doe" refuses to testify, and she files a motion to quash the deposition subpoena.
2017 non-party Jane Doe, MD - Hawaii document 25 -- order granting Jane Doe, MD's motion to quash deposition subpoena -- Whole Women's Health et al v. Paxton et al
Abortionist Curtis Boyd is a plaintiff in this lawsuit. Anonymous Hawaii doctor "Jane Doe, MD" was subpoenaed to testify in a Texas abortion case. She refused, and filed a motion to "quash" the subpoena. The U.S District Court of Hawaii grants her request, and allows her not to testify.