Articles on Abortion
The Federal Government and Academic Texts as Barriers to Informed Consent
Informed patient consent for medical treatment is required by both law and medical ethics. Yet, both federal agencies and academicians are participating in the suppression of information about the heightened risk of breast cancer posed by oral contraceptives and induced abortion. There is historical precedent in the long-delayed acknowledgment of the smoking/lung cancer link.
The Risks of Abortion and the VLRC Report
An Endeavour Forum Analysis
David Van Gend's article "On The Sanctity of Human Life"
Abortion Grief - Andrew Bolt
Abortion grief is a subject rarely aired in the media but is very real. "Ellen" is a young mother who had an abortion and suffered greatly from abortion grief. Her story is here.f
Articles on Abortion and the link to Breast Cancer
Professor Brind's article in the Australian Doctor
In referring patients for induced abortion, the role of a GP in providing patients with unbiased information on risks may be particularly critical. In contrast, for example, the cardiovascular risks attendant upon eating fatty foods or smoking cigarettes are widely disseminated by the lay media and public health agencies alike.
Dr Thomas Stuttaford has written an excellent piece on the abortion breast cancer link. Please click here.
Professor Brind's article in the Canberra Times is here.
Margaret Butts's letter to the Canberra Times is here.
Articles on Euthanasia
David Van Gend's article on "Euthanasia's 'Unproductive Burdens'.