Monthly Archives: September 2013

Adult stem cell therapy could offer hope to heart attack patients

Heart attacks strike about 70 000 Canadians annually, and some patients experience scarring after treatment. “Scar tissue leads to stretching of the heart and that leads to consequences, including heart failure and early death,” according to Dr. Duncan Stewart, CEO … Continue reading

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Quebec Euthanasia Bill

  Life Canada, the national educational pro-life organization issued a press release yesterday concerning Bill 52 , a Quebec government bill which proposes to legalize euthanasia in the province. Life Canada says: As Quebec seeks to flout a federal ban … Continue reading

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Canadians want legal restrictions on abortion

  A majority of young Canadians say abortions should not be legal after 12 weeks gestation.  The findings come from a January 2013 Environics poll commissioned by Life Canada, the national educational pro-life organization. The survey found that a majority … Continue reading

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Let them live!

When they tell you that abortion is a matter between a woman and her doctor, they’re forgetting someone. 100,000 or more abortions are performed a year in Canada. 8 weeks after conception

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Abortion on the decline in the United States

    Abortion on the Decline in the U.S. Time magazine looked at abortion in the United States 40 years after the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973 in an article “What Choice?” by Kate Pickert earlier this year. Since … Continue reading

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Promising treatment with stem cells from umbilical cord blood

Infantile Cerebral Palsy Treated With Stem Cells  A boy known as L.B. is the first child with infantile cerebral palsy to be successfully treated with stem cells from his own umbilical cord blood, according to the German doctors who performed … Continue reading

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Euthanasia and assisted suicide: Let’s not go there

In spite of evidence provided by studies which show that patients are euthanised without their request or consent in the Netherlands and Belgium, euthanasia and assisted suicide advocates ignore the data and keep on saying that safeguards will protect patients. … Continue reading

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Euthanasia: Danger ahead

The government of Québec tabled a bill in June proposing to legalize euthanasia  under the guise of “medical aid in dying”. Many physicians in the province are opposed to the bill. Among them, Dr. Balfour Mount known as the founder … Continue reading

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