The Fayetteville Women's Clinic has been a fixture in this northwest Arkansas community for 30 years. While the clinic's main business is obstetrics and gynecology, it also performs 700-800 abortions a year and is one of only two locations in the state where a surgical abortion can be obtained.
On Friday (August 6), the clinic closed it's doors for the last time.
The reason is that the doctor who runs it has been diagnosed with leukemia nd has to save his strength for fighting the disease.
An anti-abortion group is crediting God and it's prayers for the closure.