Doctors Rule Birth by Shooting

Illinois Times | October 29, 2004
When she became a shooting victim in Springfield, a North Dakota tourist had to take antibiotics to ward off infection. The drugs counter-acted her birth control. Nope, she didn't name the baby Colt or Winchester.

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