Down syndrome screening refocus is a step in the right direction says SavingDowns SavingDowns is encouraged by a refocus from the National Screening Unit (NSU) away from the routine offering of screening for Down syndrome to all pregnant women to simply advising them of the availability of screening. The previously mandated offering of screening sent
General Electric has produced the following commercial to advertise their latest 4d Ultrasound product. This remarkable ingenuity allows us to know peer into the womb, where human life begins and is nurtured.
Twelve Weeks by Rachel Forster My eyelids closed, I curl my toes, I feel. Her hand press her stomach. I wonder if, when at last she knows. Will she finally think of me? Or of what I will be, If given the choice? There are some things that we Cannot see, Like organs now formed
‘Southland Hospital is expected to be licensed to perform abortions from July’, reports the Southland Times. Despite declining numbers of women from the Southland region opting for abortions in recent years, the Southern District Health Board has decided to dedicate staff and resources at the hospital for abortions. The article reports Lynley Morrison of Voice for
Today, campus-based Pro-Life NZ has launched their ‘Right to Know’ campaign at several campuses across the country. Their website states: Women have the right to know about all of the reasonable risks associated with abortion, and the harms that could result. They have the right to full and frank information, so that they can be empowered to make