Entries Tagged ‘in vitro fertilization’

Catholic hospitals under fire

by Carder What we have heard from the private Catholic systems is that they are going to be respectful of LGBT people, and we actually don’t doubt that… but here’s the question for us — it’s different if a person goes in with a broken arm. We know they’ll be treated with respect. The question […]

Grandma gives birth to grandson – “incredible moment” for daughter

It was definitely the most incredible moment of my life… I never imagined I would be in a delivery room with my mother in this particular situation. ~ Sara Connell describing the moment that her mother, Kristine Casey, gave birth to her own grandson via in-vitro fertilization, as discussed on an episode highlighting infertility, Katie […]

Expectant dad upset IVF got him twins

As horrible as this might sound, we found ourselves wishing these twins away. We considered a reduction for about 30 seconds. (That’s essentially an abortion of one twin, not both.) If you thought that IVF involved playing God, a reduction felt beyond brazen — Machiavellian, even. Give us a reason, we thought, as we had […]

IVF embryos being discarded at “industrial” rate

Official statistics show that almost half of embryos used to help women conceive through in vitro fertilization (IVF) were thrown away during or after the process…. Since August 1991 more than 3.5 million human embryos have been created, producing only 235,480 “gestational sacs” or evidence of successful implantation. Of the embryos created, almost 840,000 were […]

Life Links 1-30-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Lawyer Gloria Allred is apparently contacting television stations which are planning on airing Randall Terry’s Super Bowl ads and asking them for time to appear on the stations and react to the ad and “express the pro-choice right to safe and legal abortion position.” I don’t know if […]

I wouldn’t have aborted the twin had s/he been conceived naturally, not via IVF

If I had conceived these twins naturally, I wouldn’t have reduced this pregnancy, because you feel like if there’s a natural order, then you don’t want to disturb it. But we created this child in such an artificial manner – in a test tube, choosing an egg donor, having the embryo placed in me – […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 10-6-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Joe Carter on the latest advance in eugenics and embryocide – filming embryos in vitro to discover which ones have the greatest chance of developing.So creating more children than you can carry in your womb creates the need for fetal reduction? Create and kill, for we can’t have […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-12-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, has lost his license after he was attempting to abort a twin with Down Syndrome and killed the other twin: Kachinas had blamed faulty ultrasound equipment for the 2006 mistake. He was targeting a fetus with Down syndrome and signs of a heart defect. The 50-year-old doctor had never […]


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