Sandra Cano, Doe v. Bolton Plaintiff: 'Abortion Is Something I Don't Believe In' (VIDEO)

Exactly 40 years after the landmark abortion cases that established a woman's right to choose, one of the original plaintiffs joined HuffPost Live to discuss how the case affected her life with host Mike Sacks. Sandra Cano's case Doe v. Bolton, handed down alongside Roe v. Wade, established the constitutional right to abortion — but Cano herself is fiercely pro-life, telling Sacks "abortion is something I don't believe in."

Cano said she never wanted to be a part of the case and was coerced into participation, and is working to clear her name.

"My name should not be on that case," she told HuffPost Live. "I don't want the world believing I believe something I don't."

Doe v. Bolton and Roe v. Wade, remain the guiding cases to the interpretation of abortion rights.

In addition to discussing her personal beliefs, Cano also shared the story of her son's incestuous relationship with his sister:

Watch the full segment at HuffPost Live.