So conditions in the real world that are rarer than 1% are common place in your game. This is very misleading and is a way to try and justify abortion.
In the United States, six states surveyed the reasons women obtained abortions from 1996 to 2011. They found that abortions done with the stated justification of saving the life or physical or mental health of the mother accounted for only about 2.3 percent (1 out of 43) of all abortions; abortions for rape and incest accounted for 0.13 percent (1 out of 769) of all abortions; and about 0.59 percent (1 out of 169) abortions are done for fetal birth defects (eugenics).
Overall, the hard cases combined account for about 3 percent (1 out of every 33) of all abortions done in the United States today. This means that about 97 percent of all abortions are performed for social or economic reasons or to please people close to her such as parents, husband, or boyfriend. These numbers represent the sum of surveys of 1.29 million aborting women done in Florida, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Utah.*
Florida Department of Health, Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, Minnesota State Department of Health, Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services, South Dakota Department of Health, and Utah Department of Health.
You trying to conflate these rare cases with all abortions is just wrong. About as wrong as deluded yourself so much that you believe a life is a ball of cells.