Tuesday, September 27, 2011

ALL Pro-Life Today: As Pro-Life Activism Hones in on Changing the Culture, We Ask, 'Where Are All the Men?'

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011


As Pro-Life Activism Hones in on Changing the Culture, We Ask, 'Where Are All the Men?'     

 We cannot effect change if we never attempt to do so. Today's commentary reminds us that several important days are forthcoming-days when we can make our voices heard as a community, as a family, and as a nation. Do not hesitate to speak. Do not hesitate to cry out for the babies who are not able to do it themselves. Read on to find out how you can do this.                     


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FDA Flags Concern on Birth-Control Pill              

National Partnership for Women and Families
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Monday it "remains concerned" a certain type of birth-control pill that contains drospirenone could raise the risk of blood clots beyond that of other pills.  In a drug safety communication posted on the agency's website Monday, the FDA said preliminary results of an agency-funded study involving 800,000 women suggest about a 1.5-fold increase in the risk of blood clots for women who use drospirenone-containing birth-control pills, compared to users of other hormonal contraceptives. Drospirenone is used in pills including Yaz and Yasmin.
San Francisco Panel OKs Bill Attacking Pregnancy Centers

Life News             

A committee of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has sent to the full board a bill that would target pregnancy centers in the city that help women find abortion alternatives, although the panel did not recommend approving it.  Supervisor Malia Cohen and City Attorney Dennis Herrera have spent months on an ordinance that would, if passed, require the pro-woman centers to disclose whether they are abortion alternatives agencies that, supposedly, don't provide comprehensive health care. The pair have made erroneous claims that the centers are engaging in misleading counseling and advertising.   

IVF babies up to 10 times more likely to suffer rare genetic disorders: geneticist

Life Site News  

Babies born from in-vitro fertilization (IVF) are up to 10 times more likely to suffer from rare genetic disorders, according to a pro-IVF geneticist. In an address to the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society, University of Toronto geneticist Dr. Rosanna Weksberg called for more study of a link between fertility treatment and certain rare genetic disorders.  

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