Below my "updated" comment posted approximately four hours later when I unsuccessfully attempted to post it there. I have slightly edited three words since it was posted at the Capital Journal the original can still be viewed at the link provided below.
Note the added sentence: " ... KFL says five doctors currently perform abortions in the state. The blog says 13 of the 24 doctors to perform abortions in Kansas since the group began tracking them in 1992 were either KU Med grads or taught at the school. ..."
It is well documented that KFL and Operation Rescue, Wichita, Ks. have been deeply involved in threatening abortion providers and the Ob/Gyn's in this state (even over the use of the benign DNC after a miscarriage).
" ... The organization advocates KU Med separate itself from abortion training entirely. Its executive director, Mary Kay Culp, said in a March 15 news release that watching an abortion is not necessary to learn how to manage pregnancy complications, citing 'expert medical advisors.' ... "
When the reality is medical training must go beyond textbook reading, or lectures, but directly to the hands-on work of providing health care to patients.