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A Medical Detective Story; What You Felt Before You Were Born

A neurologist reveals surprising facts about prenatal development that have only recently come to light.

Wed. Oct. 1st, 2008
7:00 p.m.
Free Public Lecture and Reception
81 St. Mary’s Street.
Charbonnel Lounge, Elmsley Hall
St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto.

Ms. Crean on Radio 680

“The Order of Canada is supposed to recognize the best effort of Canadians, and I don’t believe that Morgentaler’s work represents the best that we have to offer as Canadians and to Canadian women.

The claim is made that this is a reward for improving the health of Canadian women. In fact, those who, like Morgentaler, run abortion clinics are not in a position to make a claim as to the health of women after they leave the clinic. Any health or psychological repercussions are dealt with by emergency departments or psychiatric departments, or other hospitals or doctors, but never do women return with their problems to the clinics. Clinics, in fact, have no idea as to the condition of women after the abortion.”

Martha Crean
680 Radio, July, 2008.

Dr. deVeber to the London Free Press

Since the decision of the Selection Committee was not unanimous, and since most Canadians disagreed with the decision ( 92% of 300,000 people polled by the Globe and Mail), it appears that the Order has been used as a pro-choice political tool, rather than representing a popular choice of Canadians.

Although Dr.Morgentaler may have prevented some illegal abortions, and relieved some stress with unwanted pregnancies, the increasing number of scientific reports of problems with small premature babies, sterility, prolonged psychological damage and increased suicides indicates significant post-abortion problems in women.

L.L.deVeber M.D.
London Free Press, July 7, 2008.

 

Perspectives: Spring 2008 Newsletter

Why I am not an abortion doctor

Paul Ranalli,  National Post  Published: Thursday, February 07, 2008

On Monday, the National Post printed the transcript of a speech delivered recently by Garson Romalis, a Canadian abortion doctor who has shown remarkable personal courage in pursuing the practice of his choice -- abortion -- despite two violent physical attacks against him in 1994 and 2000. Dr. Henry Morgentaler, similarly, has endured many public protests and several jail terms in his successful quest to change the face of medicine and Canadian society. I am not certain I would be so steadfast in my belief in the face of such trauma.