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 …Continue reading "Parents of disabled baby arrange their child’s death by starvation"
By Dave Andrusko The British publication, the Daily Mail, has a knack for finding and publishing the most incredible stories of parents who ignore advice to abort or whose unborn babies, said to be terminal, are born healthy. The latest appeared yesterday in a great story written by Kelly Strange. Natalie Brown, 32, and …Continue reading "Diagnosed to have 1% chance of survival, baby now eleven weeks old and thriving"
Editor’s note. This appears on the blog of the Christian Medical Fellowship, a UK-based organization. I mentioned earlier this week the wonderful story of a woman who resisted pressure to have an abortion when her baby was discovered to have a tumour in her heart. Her daughter is now 19 months old and doing well.Continue reading "Wonderful testimony – ‘the whole rollercoaster ride had been worth every bump, just to be able to hold my tiny son’"
By Dave Andrusko Twice in one day. Rather than a coincidence (or an annoyance) in this case it is a blessing. I have a chance to write about a speech that is so brilliant it almost takes your breath away–and to refer to the speech itself. The Speech was delivered by David Alton (Lord Alton …Continue reading "“Connecting the Dots” in an Unforgettable Manner"
By Dave Andrusko A lengthy battle between pro-lifers in England and a recalcitrant Department of Health has finally resulted in the government explaining what babies were aborted for what reasons under a section of the 1967 Abortion Act which allows for abortion up until birth if there is a substantial risk of “serious” physical or …Continue reading "Thousands of Babies with Disabilities such as Down’s syndrome and Cleft Palate Aborted in England and Wales"