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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.

  • Suzy B has details on a newly-released study linking abortion and depression.

  • Star Studded Super Step points out society’s (and the mainstream media’s) sympathy for disabled animals – like Til, the earless baby rabbit from Germany, (pictured left) – in contrast to the lack of sympathy for disabled human babies. There was a huge uproar when this rabbit was accidentally killed, but there is no uproar over the thousands of babies purposefully murdered each day by abortion.
  • ProLifeNZ has some thoughts on the wrongful birth lawsuit won by the parents of a four-year-old girl with Down syndrome:

    [T]hese parents weren’t really suing about a wrongful birth, instead they were suing over the fact that they deem their daughter to be a wrongful person, someone who actually should have been terminated in the womb because of her Down syndrome.According to a survey published in the American Journal of Medical Genetics nearly 99 percent of people with Down syndrome say they are happy with their lives – one of the great tragedies of our age is that more of the rest of us can’t also be happy with their lives as well….
  • Moral Outcry shares some of Kirk Cameron’s comments on abortion from an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, who is stunned – stunned, I tell you – that Kirk could be pro-life without exceptions.
  • Reflections of a Paralytic notes how what used to be science fiction with regards to cloning animals and humans (in movies like The 6th Day and Never Let Me Go) isn’t as fictional as it used to be.
  • Right to Life of Michigan links to a Detroit Free Press article with information on the lack of abortion clinic oversight in Michigan. Recent testimony revealed:

    [O]nly four of 32 surgical abortion facilities in the state are currently licensed….In at least two instances in the last 10 years, the death of Michigan patients from abortion complications were not reported to the state….

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