Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby intern Andy M.
Spotlighting important information gleaned from other pro-life blogs…

  • Americans United for Life has filed a brief in the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, detailing the links between abortion and the increased risk of depression and suicide. The brief seeks to overturn a lower court’s decision that abortion providers in SD are not required to inform women of these risks. President of AUL, Charmaine Yoest comments, “We have a legal and moral responsibility to inform them about the well-documented, increased risks of depression and suicide associated with abortion.”…

  • The Disability Matters blog reports on a diabolical recommendation from Dutch medical researcher, Hilde Buiting. Currently in the Netherlands, euthanizing newborns because they are suffering or disabled is officially allowed, however Buiting states:
  • The current guidelines state that there must be actual grave suffering on the part of the newborn, In practice, physicians look not only to the actual suffering of the sick newborn, but also to the grave suffering foreseen in the future.

    Dr. Mark Mostert of the Disability Matters blog comments, “Now they want to kill newborns because of what they might suffer in the murky future.”

  • Parenting Freedom reports on new research showing that genetic screening on IVF embryos increases death risk of multiple birth babies (i.e. twins, triplets) five times:
  • What never ceases to amaze me is all the studies that occur soooooooo long after procedures and drugs are approved. Too much experimentation.

  • American Life League’s latest video discusses the bizarre and unholy religion of Planned Parenthood:
  • Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life reminds us that Christmas is good news for everyone, including the unborn:
  • The good news of Christ’s birth was announced first precisely to the lowly, not to the great and powerful. The ministry of the One who was born for us continued to follow that pattern: He consistently sought out those who were on the outskirts of society. We are called to do the same. To welcome the Savior means to welcome the obligations that His mission places on us. This Christmas, let us resolve to intervene for the unborn child.

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