Diane Horvath Cosper
Diane Horvath Cosper, MD, is a Family Planning Fellow at MedStar Washington Hospital Center (affiliated with Georgetown University Hospital.) Washington Hospital Center has both a Family Planning Fellowship and a Ryan Residency Training Program in abortion and family planning.
University of Toledo College of Medicine, 2006
110 Irving St. Ste 5B-45
Washington, DC 20010
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Abortion provider 'not deterred' by Colorado attack -- Nov. 28, 2015: Abortionist Diane Horvath-Cosper interview on MSNBC.
Yes, hospitals do abortions. This Washington doctor says her hospital forces her to keep it quiet. - Washington Post, 2016-05-04
May 4, 2016 -- Diane Horvath-Cosper performs abortions at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, as part of the Fellowship in Family Planning.
OB-GYN files complaint against D.C. hospital for silencing her public support of abortion - ThinkProgress, 2016-05-03
May 3, 2016 -- Diane Horvath-Cosper files suit against MedStar Washington Hospital Center, where she performs abortions in the "Fellowship for Family Planning."
Being a doctor who performs abortions means you always fear your life is in danger - Washington Post, 10-29-2015
Oct. 29, 2015: Opinion piece written by abortionist Diane Horvath-Cosper.
Administrative Complaint -- 5-2-2016
May 2, 2016: Abortionist Diane Horvath-Cosper files a complaint against her employer, MedStar Washington Hospital Center, because the hospital has denied her recent requests to conduct news interviews and write op-ed articles promoting herself as an abortion provider.
Can A Hospital Tell A Doctor To Stop Talking About Abortion - NPR, 5-5-2016
Interview with abortionist Diane Horvath-Cosper, May 5, 2016. Horvath-Cosper is in a legal dispute with her employer, because the hospital does not want her to continue publishing essays and doing public interviews promoting herself as an abortion provider.