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

  • Catherine Palmer at Ethika Politika discusses the coming new role for doctors as “physician-euthanizer” and “healer-destroyer” and points out the dichotomy…
  • The physician’s aim is to heal; our focus should remain on this aim, not his potential power over life and death.
    It is not only unjust, but also illogical, to eliminate suffering by eliminating the sufferer.

  • Americans United for Life expresses concerns about a new, inexpensive blood test due out in 4 years that can detect Down Syndrome and other congenital health problems in the preborn baby through a simple blood draw from the mother.
  • Thomas Peters writes in American Papist of the continuing push by the Obama administration to force hospitals into providing abortions and contraception or be forced out of health care. He encourages people to sign the Protect Life Amendment petition so Catholic hospitals can practice medicine without violating their beliefs.
  • Disability Matters discusses the recess appointment of Dr. Donald Berwick, who is an ” unabashed fan of health care rationing.”
  • Scott Klusendorf of Life Training Institute conducted a recent summer camp for high school and college students in IN. He shares his notes on Advanced Pro-Life Apologetics. A must-read for pro-lifers.
  • Stand for Life calls the National Defense Authorization Act for 2011 to allow abortions in military hospitals the “biggest political war over abortion since the passage of the health care overhaul.”
  • Judie Brown of American Life League discusses the growing concern of the potential takeover of a Catholic hospital in Boston and how the alleged agreement under consideration would allow the hospital to operate under Catholic principles unless they are deemed “unlawful or materially burdensome.” She asks, “why the charade to mislead the public that Caritas will remain Catholic?”
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