Monita Ranu in her letter to The CITIZEN Oct.20/2012 edition, she claims to be an atheist and scientist, but emphasizes her atheistic position far more than her scientific.
In paragraph four of her letter, she states she believes "development of a human life in the womb is not enough to call it a human being."
Paragraph five states, "The truth, it is not clear if a fetus should be considered a human life or not." Back to paragraph 4 again, she also stated "The fetus is in fact alive ...."
In Ranu's admission statements - that a human life is developing - that is alive - in the womb - at the stage of life described (paragraph three of her letter) - she leaves little (if any) doubt that an unborn baby or human is being described. Therefore a terminated pregnancy choice can be considered at least a pro death choice.
This therefore is the atheist preferred half-correct word "choice" here - but is better termed "pro death" both scientifically and otherwise.