Daily Mail 18 July 2013
Catholic chemist working at Boots ‘accused young woman of plotting chemical abortion when she picked up morning after pill’
Daily Mail 16 July 2013
The ultrasound scanner that plugs into a SMARTPHONE and could revolutionise medical care in third world countries
Daily Mail 23 June 2013
Should every mother have the test that could eliminate Down’s syndrome? As first pregnant British women use new risk-free form of screening, fears grow it could spark a spate of abortions
Dr Bryan Beattie said ‘Far fewer mums to be will then need to have an amniocentesis and it will therefore save precious lives.’ I believe all babies lives are precious, not just the ones that the mothers choose to keep. How dare he suggest that disabled people’s lives are not precious, born or unborn!!
Daily Mail 7 June 2013
New Down’s syndrome blood test which can reliably detect if an unborn baby has genetic condition is to go on trial at two hospitals
Down’s syndrome blood test that can reliably detect if an unborn baby has condition to go on trial
I submitted the following comment to this article at 9.30am.
And the solution to the problem should it be deemed positive is still to kill the unborn child. In this age of equality for all, including the disabled, shouldn’t we also be offering the equal right to life for all children, and support them and their family for whatever needs they have, once they are born. That is the loving solution. What does this seek and destroy mentality show to those already born with this condition, other than we missed you when you were in the womb – you shouldn’t be here. Killing an unborn child for whatever reason never solves any problems but only creates more.
Daily Mail 3 May 2013
I have just submitted the following comment to this article at 12.47pm.
When are the powers that be going to admit that the rise in estrogen levels skyrockets when a woman has an abortion and the breast cells that had begun to differentiate to produce milk for when the baby is born, are suddenly stopped in mid-track and are more likely to become cancerous at a later date? I see the contraceptive pill is being acknowledged as a possibility but it is the 500 a day abortions in the UK that is really causing the problems. It is now about 1 in 3 or 4 women in the UK who have had an abortion so of course the number of breast cancer diagnoses has been on the rise since the 1967 Abortion Act. I will be surprised if this comment is published as so often my comments are not.
Daily Mail 6 April 2012
D & X Abortions?
I have submitted the following response to this article at 8.55 pm. I will be surprised if it appears.
This goes on wherever D&X Abortions are carried out – check out online if you want to really find out what happens when full term babies are killed by abortion in this manner, and why. Thankfully D& X Abortions are banned in this country (UK) but sadly not in many other countries. And please DM, print my comment – most of my comments don’t get printed.
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 23 March 2012
One in 5 clinics ‘flouting law over abortion on demand’: Crackdown ordered after some doctors agree to gender-preference terminations
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 4 January 2012
Facebook apologises for deleting DIY abortion how-to in latest censorship row
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 29 December 2011
100 babies a year aborted by IVF mums who don’t want multiple pregnancies
So, women who are so desperate to have a baby go through the trauma of IVF treatment, agreeing to or even insisting that more than one embryo is introduced to her womb to give her a greater chance for at least one to implant and then, once pregnant, she then decides that she only wants to carry one child and not multiple babies. So she then chooses selective reduction, killing her surplus child/ren. I am sorry, but I am finding it very, very hard to understand the mentality of anyone who could do this. It is such a very sad reflection of today’s Godless society where life has become so cheap that even so-called desperately wanted babies can be killed – for what? Not only has the mother chosen that her child/ren should die, but that doctors, who are supposed to ‘first do no harm’ encourage this action. How much is this costing, not just in monetary terms, but in physical, mental, social and spiritual terms? Whatever happened to the sanctity of life, including the unborn?
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 7 September 2011
Abortion services keep the right to give advice on terminations after Commons vote
The following comment was added at about 7.15pm
If everyone used the term ‘killing a child by abortion’ instead of just ‘abortion’ then there would be no need for counselling as women and young girls would be faced with the truth of what they are proposing to do.
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 5 September 2011.
Depression in women doubles since the 1970s as they ‘try to have it all’
The following comment was added at about 10am.
So the rates of depression suffered by women that have risen since the 70s has nothing to do with the number of women that have killed their children by abortion and are actually suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) or PAS (Post Abortion Syndrome)? It is strange that this is the time when The Abortion Act (1967) was implemented in this country. Why didn’t the researchers take this into account when looking at the reasons for the higher rates of stress in women? It is not just women who are more stressed by this but the whole of society as we live in a schizophrenic atmosphere where it is acceptable to kill unborn children but not acceptable to kill born children. Is it any wonder the stress rates are not even higher? The medical profession still refuse to accept that PTSD and PAS exist so what chance has anyone of overcoming this dreadful condition they are suffering from?
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 1 September 2011.
Women who have abortions ‘face double the risk of mental health problems’
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 1 August 2011.
Women’s cancer toll is blamed on UK lifestyle as one in four will develop the disease in their lifetime
I have submitted the following article (about 9.30am) but will be very surprised if it is published.
“A main reason for breast cancer, which governments are still not prepared to admit, is abortion, especially if it is the woman’s first pregnancy. This is due to the breast cells that have begun to differentiate into mammary gland cells being abruptly stopped when the pregnancy is artificially terminated early on in pregnancy. As the number of abortions are rising, so the incidence of breast cancer is rising. Statistics show that 1 in 3 women will have had an abortion which is more than reflected with the 4 in 10 women that will get breast cancer in the article.”
This article on Abortion Statistics appeared in the Guardian Newspaper (on-line) on 24 May 2011.
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 4 February 2011.
One in eight women will get breast cancer as lifestyle blamed for huge rise in cases
This article appeared in the Daily Mail on 28 January 2011.