Monthly Archives: June 2011

Withdrawing nutrition and hydration from disabled infants

The Canadian Paediatric Society’s Bioethics Committee¬†released a statement in April 2011 concerning the withholding and withdrawing of what is referred to as artificial nutrition and hydration. Artificial nutrition and hydration means that food and fluids are provided by tube feeding … Continue reading

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Women hurt – After abortion

A new initiative in Ireland called Women Hurt was formed to help women who regret their abortions. The group consists of women who have had abortions and have been adversely affected by them. Their purpose is to help women who … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood Director quits after witnessing an abortion procedure

  Abby Johnson is a former Planned Parenthood director of an abortion facility in Bryan-College Station, Texas. In September 2009, Abby had an experience that would forever change her view on the issue of abortion. Abby assisted in an ultrasound-guided … Continue reading

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Eliminating the imperfect

In May 1967, the Standing Committee on Health and Welfare was formed. This federal Committee was charged with considering bills on abortion among other things and to hear representations from interested parties on the issue. The committee considered three private … Continue reading

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Jack Kevorkian – Dr. Death

Euthanasia and assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian, also known as Dr. Death, died on June 3rd at the age of 83 at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. Kevorkian was involved in more than 100 assisted suicides where he provided … Continue reading

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