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Abortionist “refused to attend any lectures on ethics” in medical school

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Jennifer Gunter is an author, podcaster, and physician who “trained to do abortions almost as late as they can go.” She recently boasted on Twitter that she had skipped her medical ethics classes. Why? The professor was pro-life.

Gunter attended the University of Manitoba School of Medicine and is licensed in California. My research did not reveal any specific requirement for California doctors to complete ethics courses. However, the Medical Board of California does require applicants to provide an official medical school transcript.

So either: (1) the University of Manitoba School of Medicine allowed Gunter to pass her ethics class despite lack of attendance, or (2) California saw a zero on her transcript and licensed her anyway. Neither possibility is encouraging for women seeking reputable healthcare. Meanwhile, pro-abortion states are pushing standards even lower in the name of “access.”

The best way the pro-life, pro-woman movement can fight back? Encourage the bright pro-life young people in our lives to consider careers in medicine!

“Pro-choice ideology has deeply infiltrated higher education curricula, particularly that of medical schools,” said Gavin Oxley, who leads the Future Medical Professionals for Life of America chapter at the University of Virginia. “Pro-life students are often discouraged from becoming doctors and nurses and told their beliefs have no place in the field. But our movement can do better by encouraging and empowering these bright, pro-life students to bring the truth of abortion into the medical field, despite opposition, and restore the Hippocratic Oath.”

The decision of an abortionist to refuse attending any lectures on ethics during medical school raises numerous ethical and professional questions. Medical ethics is an integral part of the education of aspiring physicians, ensuring they possess not only the necessary medical knowledge but also a solid understanding of moral and ethical considerations in their profession. Refusal to engage with this topic can thus raise serious concerns regarding the suitability and integrity of the physician.

Firstly, the refusal to participate in ethics lectures raises questions about the moral responsibility of the physician. Abortion is a highly contentious issue, sparking many ethical, religious, and societal debates. An abortionist must be able to understand and consider the ethical implications of their actions to make informed decisions and ensure patient safety. By refusing to engage in ethical discussions, a physician may appear to be bypassing or even rejecting moral reflections, potentially undermining patients’ trust in their ability to act ethically.

Furthermore, the refusal to engage with ethics raises questions about professionalism. An important aspect of the medical profession is the ability to navigate ethical dilemmas and respond appropriately. Refusing to engage with this topic may suggest that the physician is not willing to accept the responsibility that comes with their profession or that they are unable to handle the complex ethical challenges that may arise in healthcare.

Moreover, the refusal to engage with ethics may also indicate that the physician may not be adequately informed or prepared to respond appropriately to ethical challenges. Ethics lectures provide aspiring physicians with the opportunity to explore various ethical viewpoints and perspectives, as well as reflect on and develop their own ethical beliefs. By refusing this opportunity, a physician may miss out on important insights and skills essential for ethically informed practice.

Overall, the refusal of an abortionist to attend ethics lectures underscores the importance of comprehensive education in medical ethics for all aspiring physicians. Ethics is not a separate realm but an integral part of medical practice that requires careful reflection and engagement. By ignoring this aspect, a physician may not only question their own competence and credibility but also jeopardize the trust and safety of their patients.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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