Candice Lewis has died a natural death RIP. Candice made a difference in the world.

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition On April 6, Candice Lewis died a natural death. Candice made a difference in the world. We first learned about Candice and her mom Sheila in July 2017 when CBC Newfoundland published an article concerning the complaint by Sheila about Candice being pressured to ask for Medical …

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“Always look up. For that’s where we find real strength”: RIP, Jaxon Buell

By Dave Andrusko Once Brittany and I took our baby home, we stopped asking God to heal Jaxon, and we started thanking God for making him just the way he is. Now we see Jaxon as perfect.” — From “Don’t Blink,” by Brandon and Brittany Buell. I remember thinking back a few years how I’d wished every …

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Parents of disabled baby arrange their child’s death by starvation

By Sarah Terzo Charles L. Bosk, a writer and researcher, spent time in a pediatric hospital where doctors and nurses took care of disabled and/or premature babies. Sometimes, when disabled babies were born (despite the program’s efforts to detect and abort them), the parents didn’t want them. Bosk wrote about a couple that chose not …

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Can We Dismember the Disabled? Are They Less Human, Less Valuable?

By Chris Gast Editor’s note. This appeared in Right to Life of Michigan’s “Real Life Stories.” On December 23, 2019, the signatures of 379,419 Michigan citizens were submitted to the Michigan Bureau of Elections to initiate legislation to end dismemberment abortions in Michigan. A dismemberment abortion is the most common late-term abortion procedure. Abortion advocates …

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Eleven-time Paralympic gold-medalist reveals she was pressured to abort

By Dave Andrusko Thanks go out to the Christian Institute and the Daily Mail for powerful stories about a British paralympic legend who stared down all those who advised her to abort when she became pregnant in 2001. Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, who has spina bifida, appeared on the BBC’s “Stumps, Wheels and Wobblies” program where …

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How the slaughter of 300,000 people with disabilities paved the way for the Holocaust of the Jews

By Dave Andrusko The perfect headline captures the gist of a story in language that blends immediacy with a spark of recognition. Enter “Before the ‘Final Solution’ There was a ‘Test Killing,” a story written by Kenny Fries that ran January 8 in the New York Times. NRL News Today has written (or reposted) many …

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“We’re human beings, not human doings”

Father whose daughter was born with devastating injuries taught him that our meaning comes not from what we can do or accomplish but from simply being. By Dave Andrusko Like many of you, I suspect, we have children in our extended family with devastating injuries. Not often have I read a story that captures the …

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Born with only 2% of his brain, Noah Wall confounds doctors as his brain continues to grow to near normal capacity

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. Way back in October of 2016, we wrote …

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These amazing doctors are treating babies once thought to be “incompatible with life”

By Texas Right to Life Parents who have received a negative prenatal diagnosis know the pressure from medical professionals to abort their preborn child. There are many good doctors and nurses who care for each individual patient and family, however, the medical establishment has been infected with anti-Life bias that leads to a system that …

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