Entries Tagged ‘persistent vegetative state’

Pro-life blog buzz 1-13-15

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • ProLife365 gives six answers to the common pro-abortion argument that claims abortion is better than a child being raised in poverty.

Pro-life blog buzz 10-23-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • At Stand True, Bryan Kemper gives an update about TLC’s censorship of the Duggar family’s pro-life t-shirts, which were created by Stand True:

    Our Stand True missionaries have been working hard all week getting ready for the Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity and answering questions and comments coming in from all over the world about TLC censoring the t-shirt. In all reality what TLC did was help to make sure the pro-life message was heard far and wide.

    We asked all of you the Stand True family to help us send a message to TLC and you overwhelmed us with your response. We saw thousands of tweets and e-mails going out to TLC along with tens of thousands of signatures on petitions. We know that TLC heard our message loud and clear but we need to keep the pressure on as Josh asked us to do.

Pro-life blog buzz 6-7-13

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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“Vegetative” patient proves docs wrong, shows conscious thought

A Canadian man who was believed to have been in a vegetative state for more than a decade, has been able to tell scientists that he is not in any pain. It’s the first time an uncommunicative, severely brain-injured patient has been able to give answers clinically relevant to their care. Scott Routley, 39, was […]

(Prolifer)ations 3-16-12

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  • Wesley J. Smith points out a controversial article akin to the recent one in support of infanticide – but this time, the argument is that dehydration should be the default “treatment” for people diagnosed with persistent vegetative state (PVS), which is misdiagnosed about 40% of the time.

    The article’s author argues that the quality of life of such individuals, coupled with the monetary resources needed to care for them, should outweigh their right to life.

Life Links 11-10-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Lynda Williams, another former Gosnell employee has pleaded guilty to third-degree murder: Her victims were Karnamaya Mongar, 41, an abortion patient who died during a November 2009 drug overdose prescribed by Gosnell, and one of the seven babies whose spinal cords were cut after having been born alive […]

(Prolifer)ations 2-19-10

by Susie Allen, TN pro-life activist The Sicle Cell points out the impact of low population growth as it relates to American economy and housing….

Jivin J’s Life Links 2-4-10

by find signs of awareness in patients diagnosed as being in a vegetative state: The new research suggests that standard tests may overlook patients who have some consciousness, and that someday some kind of communication may be possible. In the strongest example, a 29-year-old patient was able to answer yes-or-no questions by visualizing specific scenes […]


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