University of Pittsburgh hires firm to analyze its research using aborted babies

By Samantha Kamman  The University of Pittsburgh has hired Washington, D.C., law firm Hyman, Phelps & McNamara to conduct an independent review of its research involving the bodies of aborted children. After the firm conducts its review, it will reportedly present its findings to the University’s senior leadership. Explaining the reason for its actions, the …

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“The issue is us being able to decide who gets left alone to die and who does not”

Editor’s note. The following letter to the editor appeared in the Columbus Dispatch in 2019 but its relevance to the issue of born-alive abortion survivors is more relevant than ever. By Allie Frazier, Director of Communications, Ohio Right to Life In response to the October 12 Dispatch editorial “New senator’s first bill aims to address …

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Bill to protect babies born alive after failed abortion introduced in Australia

It is estimated that between 2005-2015, 204 babies were born alive following an abortion in the state of Queensland alone By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children A bill creating a legal obligation to protect and provide medical care for babies who are born alive after a failed abortion has been introduced in …

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