Monthly Archives: May 2013

Savita Halappanavar’s death ruled medical misadventure

 An inquest into the October 2012 death of Savita Halappanavar at Ireland’s University Hospital Galway found that staff failed to diagnose and promptly treat her condition. The jury ruled in a unanimous verdict that she died owing to “medical misadventure”. … Continue reading

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Abortion in Canada

A new campaign by Life Canada. Visit the website to see Darby’s story.

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Higher Number of Late-Term Abortions Leads to Rise in Stillbirth rate

In an April 9th article carried in The Ottawa Citizen as “Birth defects driving stillbirth rate up—Pregnancies being terminated in serious cases,” Sharon Kirkey reported on a study published a day earlier in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ). While … Continue reading

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Danger Ahead!

In January 2013, Mme Véronique Hivon, minister with the government of Québec announced the government’s plan to allow “medical aid in dying” before the summer. The word euthanasia was not used at the press conference but nonetheless, it is clear … Continue reading

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