Here is a link to a good essay in Public Discourse by Charles Camosy. Here’s a bit— “Texas’s refusal to choose between the mother and her prenatal child constitutes a blueprint for the pro-life movement. If Roe and Casey fall, many more vulnerable women across the country will be without the access to abortion our throwaway culture […]
Thanks to the fine editorial work of Margaret Hughes, the Summer 2020 issue of Pro Vita, the newsletter of University Faculty for Life, is now available. Here. This issue features regular contributions from Father Joe Koterski, Chris Kaczor, and Richard Myers. There is a brief recap of the 2020 annual meeting and the usual collection […]
Here is a link to a good essay by Erika Bachiochi on the June Medical case and what the decision means for the pro-life cause.
Here is a post from Teresa Collett (as posted on the Mirror of Justice blog by Greg Sisk) concerning the Whole Woman’s Health case (the Texas abortion case currently pending before the United States Supreme Court). On March 2 the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, a […]
According to LifeSiteNews.com, researches have conducted a review of 72 studies. The study, “Breast Cancer and Induced Abortion: A Comprehensive Review of Breast Development and Pathophysiology, the Epidemiologic Literature, and Proposal for Creation of Databanks to Elucidate All Breast Cancer Risk Factors,” by Dr. Angela Lanfranchi and Patrick Fagan, Ph.D., was published in Issues in […]
The Institute for Marriage and Family Canada has issued a report called “Interconnected How abortion impacts mothers, families and our society,”on neglected research that shows how abortion can negatively affect the lives of those who are involved, according to LifeSiteNews.com. Among the areas covered are mental health and relationships and sexuality.
Here is a story from National Right to Life News about a new book on abortion’s negative impact on women. http://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/news/2013/12/complications-abortions-impact-on-women-is-a-comprehensive-scholarly-examination-of-the-damage-abortion-does-to-women/ The book, “Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women,” see http://www.deveber.org/complications, is by Angela Lanfranchi, Ian Gentels, and Elizabeth Ring-Cassidy. Here is a comment (from the NRL story) from Priscilla Coleman about the book: “This book comes […]
Here is a link to a National Right to Life News story on an important new study on the link between abortion and breast cancer. http://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/news/2013/12/chinese-abortion-breast-cancer-bombshell-meta-analysis-of-36-chinese-studies-shows-abortion-increases-breast-cancer-risk-by-44/ Richard Myers
The deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research has recently released a book called Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women. “Drawing on over 650 published studies from international medical and psychological journals, Complications knocks down the generally accepted idea that abortion is perfectly safe.” More information can be found here.
Here is a link to a LifeNews article by Dr. Peter Saunders discussing recent developments concerning the abortion/breast cancer link. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/08/19/73-studies-have-examined-abortion-and-breast-cancer-53-show-higher-risk/ It is important that discussions of this issue are based on the best science available. The piece by Dr. Saunders ends with this carefully expressed opinion: “This is clearly a debate that will run and run […]