Category Archives: Medical

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Meet three premature babies who defied the odds

Before you meet these three beautiful babies, there are three notable things they have in common:

1) They could have been aborted.

Every one of these babies could have been aborted, somewhere in America. There are clinics that specialize in aborting babies just like these ones. Thankfully, each of these babies had parents who saw their value and fought for their lives, instead of willfully destroying them.

2) They would have felt terrible pain.

While science shows that unborn babies may feel pain as early as their fifth week, it almost undeniably proves that these babies – all over the age of 20 weeks – can feel pain, excruciatingly so.

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Woman tells of horrific abortion: “There’s no way possible that what they’re doing is humane”

North Carolina has assigned investigators to the Hallmark Women’s Center in Fayetteville, the place where abortionist Malana Moshesh works. Moshesh has been reported for a horrific abortion she performed in the fall of 2014.

Every abortion is a horrific experience for the unborn child involved, but some are particularly physically horrific for the mothers as well. Cheryl Sullenger took a phone call from the woman whom Moshesh performed the reported abortion on:

[I]t [the abortion] was one of the worst experiences I’ve ever had in my life. … I would not send an animal to die there. And what they’re doing – it’s just not humane. There’s no way possible that what they’re doing is humane.

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Hormonal birth control doubles risk of brain tumor, study shows

This week, the British Journal of Pharmacology will publish the results of a study that shows that taking some hormonal birth control pills for five years or more doubles the risk of developing a brain tumor, the Telegraph reports.

The study, led by a Danish neurologist, revealed:

[H]ormonal contraception, particularly progestogen-only methods such as the micro-pill, increased the chance of glioma of the brain, a rare type of cancer which affects around five in 100,000.

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Aborted babies’ faces show that they experienced pain, doctor says

There is a great deal of evidence that unborn babies feel pain, at least by 20 weeks and beyond. But one doctor told a horrific story about literally seeing the pain on the face of an aborted (alive) baby.

You can tell by the contours on their faces that that aborted fetuses feel pain, said obstetrician Matthew Bulfin, M.D….he described a case of a 25 year-old woman administered a prostaglandin abortion, who expelled her fetus in the middle of the night. Before hospital nurses arrived, she witnessed “thrashing around and gruesome trauma on his face, and knew that the fetus had suffered.”

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Letter smacks down the Obama Administration for abortion lies in the ACA

Alliance Defending Freedom, the Charlotte Lozier Institute, and the Family Research Council submitted an open letter to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) voicing the concerns shared by American taxpayers regarding illegal abortion coverage in the Affordable Care Act.

The letter takes issue with the Obama administration’s obfuscation of this coverage, as well as its unwillingness to move forward in an open and transparent manner to resolve the issue. The writers recall:

Practical experience has demonstrated that it is virtually impossible for even diligent researchers reviewing insurance coverage options on an ACA exchange to discover whether the
plans include abortion coverage.

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Abortion records found in warehouse lead to questions of patient privacy

No one has an explanation yet as to why masses of abortion records from 1992-2012 were found in a Houston warehouse, but their discovery may lead to the discovery of serious medical records retention violations, as well as a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) violations, possibly at the hands of an abortion clinic worker. Houston news station KTRK reported on the found records recently:

Esmeralda Cedillo, the warehouse owner, ‘says the records were left in the warehouse by a now-estranged relative who works at an abortion clinic. Now, the warehouse owner doesn’t know what to do.’

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OBGYN: Doctors who kill “kids” suffer emotional problems

Dr. Julius Butler, then professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Minnesota Medical School, said the following about abortionists:

Remember, there is a human being at the other end of the table taking that kid apart. We’ve had guys drinking too much, taking drugs, even a suicide or two.

Note that he refers to a baby being aborted as “that kid” and not “that tissue” or “that collection of cells.”

The sight of baby body parts being pulled out of a woman can haunt  abortionists.

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10 amazing things that happen to babies before birth

With today’s modern technology and medical information, we have a real-time window into the womb. What happens to babies before birth – all the ways they move, grow, and change – is nothing short of amazing.

Here are just 10 things that happen to babies before birth. These 10 things demonstrate their uniqueness, value, and of course, their humanity.

What’s more, each of these 10 things happen in the first trimester – when approximately 90% of abortions in the U.S. occur.

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Social worker at Planned Parenthood center tells of ninth abortion

In this article about abortion, a reporter makes the following observations at a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in New York called Margaret Sanger Center:

It is 3:30 and Nancy Todd, a social worker at Sanger, is exhausted. Today she saw a 14-year-old girl who came in for an abortion but knew nothing about what the procedure entailed. There was a woman in her late 20s who came in for her ninth abortion, with whom Todd had a long discussion about birth control.

Source: “Abortion in America, Focus on the City; Center’s Moments of Pain, Conflict, Relief” Newsday (New York) 1989

Read more about repeat abortions here.

Reprinted from Clinicquotes, with thanks to Life Dynamics

Equally value - no matter the gender, no matter the stage of life.

“Father of Fetalogy” describes fetal development

Sir Albert William Liley is often called the “Father of Fetology” for all of his research in embryology and the development of the unborn baby. Here, he talks about fetal development:

The prerequisites for motion are the muscles and nerves. In the sixth to seventh week, nerves and muscles work together for the first time. If the area of the lips, the first to become sensitive to touch, is gently stroked, the child responds by bending the upper body to one side and making a quick backward motion with his arms.…

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After an abortion, woman has hands and feet amputated

In a horrific true story that illustrates how abortion hurts women, too, a French mother had both of her feet, her right forearm, and her left hand amputated after her abortion.

The woman, Priscilla Dray, suffered these injuries three years ago, in 2011. She has just gone public with her story as her efforts to sue the hospital that treated her have not yet succeeded.

Ms. Dray claims that the hospital did not administer antibiotics to her in time, thus allowing septicemia to rage unchecked in her body until portions of all four limbs had died, requiring amputation. The septicemia was caused by an infection from her abortion.

Ms. Dray was married and already the mother of children. She and her husband thought they did not need a fourth child, and so they agreed on abortion. Little did they know how drastically the abortion would change their lives forever.

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Baby’s heart surgery aided by 3D printing technology

A young baby’s heart defects have been treated thanks to a revolutionary technology doctors used to guide them smoothly through his surgery. In July, a 2-week-old who had been born with congenital heart defects received heart surgery at Presbyterian Morgan Stanley’s Children’s Hospital in New York.

The baby’s team of doctors used an MRI to collect data that was programmed into the 3D printer. The printer was then able to create a model of the baby’s heart, which served as a guide for the team to study in preparation for the baby’s surgery. They were able to see the defects and irregularities they would need to correct or work around. According to Marie Hatcher, who founded the charitable organization that funded the baby’s operation:

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