Monthly Archives: September 2012

Sculpture “The Child Who Was Never Born”

This sculpture named  “Memorial to an unborn child” is the work of a young slovak named Martin Hudaceka. Martin was encouraged by a friend to create the piece.  The sculpture  was erected in Slovakia last year.  If you are suffering  … Continue reading

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Prenatal surgery saves unborn child’s life

A good news story comes to us from Miami, Florida. During Tammy Gonzalez’s pregnancy, an ultrasound revealed that a tumour was growing on her unborn child’s mouth. The condition meant that the child’s survival was unlikely. If she survived birth, a tracheotomy … Continue reading

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Abortion in England

Repeat abortion in England Abortion statistics available in England and Wales will tell you much about the practice of abortion there. According to the Mail Online, repeat abortions account for a third of all abortions performed in England and Wales. … Continue reading

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Justin Bieber’s Mom Chose Life

LifeNews: Justin Bieber’s mother, Pattie Mallette, explained to “Today,” in an interview that will air this week, about the sexual abuse she suffered before becoming pregnant and how she was determined to make it through a difficult pregnancy situation and … Continue reading

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Abortion not medically necessary

A major international medical symposium has affirmed that “direct abortion is not medically necessary to save the life of a mother.” This symposium held in Dublin gathered experts in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, mental health and molecular epidemiology who presented new … Continue reading

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Legal Abortion Does Not Save Lives

Having a well developed medical system does. Abortion groups set their sights on pushing medical abortions in developing countries that are unable to implement safeguards and cannot track complications. Beverly Winikoff of Gynuity, a top promoter of chemical abortions, rejects … Continue reading

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The Canadian Medical Association and abortion

At the Annual General Council Meeting of the Canadian Medical Association this August, Dr. Genevieve Desbiens brought forth a resolution to support section 223 of the Criminal Code of Canada which says a child “becomes a human being within the … Continue reading

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More on the Canadian Medical Association and abortion

Canadian Physicians for Life has issued a statement in response to the vote of delegates at the recent CMA annual general council meeting in support of maintaining section 223 of the Criminal Code of Canada which says that a child becomes … Continue reading

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Life is worth living

In a letter to the Ottawa Citizen published on July 24th, Jeanette Hall, a resident of Oregon, relates that she was diagnosed with cancer in 2000 and had previously voted in favour of assisted suicide in Oregon. At the time … Continue reading

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South Korean Supreme Court Rules Right to Life Cannot Be Undermined by The Right to Bodily Autonomy

On August 23rd, the Supreme Court of South Korea upheld the country’s 59-year-old abortion ban. Although the decision was reported in the mainstream media,  a few important details were lacking in some of the English coverage. First, is that the … Continue reading

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