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deVeber News -Spring 2015


 

Complications Well-Received:

Since we've last spoken to you, we have done well in promoting our most recent publication, Complications: Abortion's Impact on Women. To date we have sold over 1650 copies both domestically and worldwide and we have recently received a reprint order of 600 copies. We have also released an EPub version of our book on both Kindle and Kobo platforms. These may be purchased on Amazon or here.

Complications: Worldwide Validity in Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons:

Response to physician-assisted suicide in Canada by Jean Echlin

 
Jean Echlin, Palliative Care Nursing Specialist

Pediatricians Warn of Abortion-Breast Cancer Link

by Dr. Susan Berry 17 Apr 2015

 

In a press release last week, the American College of Pediatricians urged health care providers to educate young women about the strong link between abortion and breast cancer.

For the complete article visit here:

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/04/17/pediatricians-warn-of-abortion-breast-cancer-link/

DeVeber is Hiring Summer Interns !

The following job positions are open this summer at the deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research. Please forward to any potential candidates. Note the detailed criteria and timelines below, applications which do not meet the criteria or deadlines will not be reviewed. The deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from all students.

Please note that all positions will be paid minimum wage from a Government grant from Canada Summer Jobs. Students must be returning to school in September full-time.

-Preference is given to post-secondary students.  This opportunity is for students aged 15 to 30 years who are enrolled in school for September.

Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons Spring 2015 Review of Complications

Book Review
 
Abortion’s Impact on Women, by Angela Lanfranchi, Ian Gentles, and Elizabeth Ring-Cassidy, softcover, 433 pp, $29.95, ISBN-13: 978-0920453360, Toronto, Ontario, De Veber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research, 2013.
 
The adverse impact of legally induced abortion on society is apparent, with major demographic and social changes. Greatly increased numbers of legal abortions make this impact on women’s health all the more consequential. This book meets a major need to make these effects known.
 
Demographers distinguish between a first and second demographic transition. The first manifests a reduction in the birth rate from greater use of all kinds of birth control.