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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Find a Pro-Life doctor

I understand not wanting to see an obstetrician or gynecologist who does abortions. I don't even want to see a doctor if he is a partner with or shares a practice with someone who does abortions. If you're looking for a pro-life OB/GYN, check for membership in the American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians & Gynecologists.

There are folks who are so principled against family planning that they won't see a doctor who provides it. There is a list of no-family-planning doctors of all specialties on the One More Soul blog. NFP doctors don't provide contraception of any kind.

Then there are folks who hope to avoid using any of the products or by-products of abortion in their medicine. Cog for Life has a list of pro-life doctors "willing to provide ethical alternatives to aborted fetal cell line vaccines."

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At 11:52 AM, Blogger Dedwarmo said...

Do you feel that a woman should be allowed to give her children up for adoption?

At 9:55 PM, Blogger Bobmo said...

Dedwarmo, are you making a connection between adoption and abortion? Or, between adoption and family planning?

At 1:12 PM, Blogger Dedwarmo said...

I was thinking about laws related to motherhood. How do laws affect the rate of abortions and how do laws affect the rights of mother and child.

At 7:12 PM, Blogger Bobmo said...

If you listen to pro-abortion advocates, you might conclude that laws against abortion would increase their occurrence. Except, of course, they'll all take place in back alleys with coat hangers. However, I suspect that outlawing abortion would actually significantly reduce their occurrence, though no doubt some would be performed illegally.

Regarding the rights of mother and child, these are not granted by the government, so they cannot be taken away by the government. So, although laws may restrict their practice, they could never eliminate their presence.


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