Voice for Life is relieved that the abortion rate for 2014 (13.137) is down to the lowest level since 1994. A similar trend downwards is happening in the United States. Nobody is quite sure why, but a key factor is thought to be the difference ultrasound technology has made. Pregnant women show their ultrasound photos
Little ones spend nine months growing in the womb and what they experience in there is still a bit of a mystery. It’s hard for doctors to test what babies are doing and learning as they hang out inside mom. But new studies are offering intriguing clues. Life in the womb is much busier than
Bernard Moran is the President of Voice for Life New Zealand. This article featured in the Gisborne Herald in May 2015. Why do you think we have an ageing population? There are a number of reasons but consider this one. Sometime in August or September, we will reach a total of 500,000 abortions carried out
Congratulations to Dr Norman Maclean, who has been named a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in this year’s Queens Birthday Honours. Dr Maclean is life member of Voice for Life, and we are thrilled to see his achievements recognised. Southland obstetrician Dr Norman MacLean says he owes a lot to his wife. MacLean
3rd June 2015 Dear Editor, Dr Simon Snook and his colleagues plan for speedier access to abortion according to your lead story “Abortion doctor a phone call away”. A senior theatre nurse who had participated in “thousands of abortions” once described the current system in an email to National Radio, as being like a “conveyor belt”.