Some Comments on Ireland of Today

We are faced by an Ireland today where the Catholic Church and indeed all Christian religions are denigrated constantly by the media, particularly State-funded RTE. .We are about to face the murder of unborn babies on Irish soil, paid for by the tax-payer. The campaign to bring this about worked on lies—the case of Savita was cited again and again by the Together for Yes Campaign. This was endorsed by Varadaker and Harris despite their knowing that four different investigative committees had cleared the 8th Amendment of any blame…


Large Record Linkage Studies Show Women More Likely to Die After Abortion, Not Childbirth

A new study of the medical records for nearly half a million women in Denmark reveals significantly higher maternal death rates following abortion compared to delivery. This finding has confirmed similar large-scale population studies conducted in Finland and the United States, but contradicts the widely held belief that abortion is safer than childbirth…


Results of 2016 General Election Regarding Repeal of Pro-Life Amendment and Other Anti-Life Aspirations

The overall result of the 2016 General Election was the total rejection of an arrogant Government that had legalised abortion in certain circumstances, permitted the mutilation of our Constitution and law’s and had vowed to do further damage if returned to power. Undoubtedly Labour was the main offender …


Fetal pain is a reason to end abortion

Medical experts agree that fetal pain begins at 14 weeks gestation, maybe even as early as 8 weeks. But perhaps the best source for first hand experience with fetal pain is an abortionist. As early as 1976, those performing abortions realized that the procedure is painful for the dying fetus. Abortionist John Szenes describes an unborn baby fighting for its life during a saline injection, “All of a sudden one noticed that at the time of the saline infusion there was a lot of activity in the uterus. That’s not fluid currents. That’s obviously the fetus being distressed …


Fatally flawed? A review and ethical analysis of lethal congenital malformations

Antenatal diagnosis of a severe congenital malformation is associated with profound grief, sadness and anger. In many parts of the world diagnoses of this nature are often followed by decisions to terminate a pregnancy, articularly where the condition is associated with a high rate of prenatal (or stillbirth) or neonatal death. Those conditions with the poorest prognosis are often labelled ‘lethal’. This term is sometimes used in perinatal practice to convey the gravity of the fetus’ condition, and may permit different obstetric decision-making …

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Booklet from The Breast Cancer Prevention Institute: Breast Cancer Risks and Prevention
This booklet is written to help women understand what their risk factors are for the development of breast
cancer and how they can reduce their risk.
Sometimes women are made to feel helpless and hopeless when it comes to their risk of developing breast
cancer. After all, they cannot change the fact that they are women, are getting older, and have already inherited a
certain set of genes from their parents. These are well-established risks for breast cancer. However, there are factors you can control to minimize your risk …

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