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These Prenatal Conditions Aren't Really Fatal...
Until the system coerces pregnant mothers into choosing abortion
Love consumes you…
Season 1 Episode 6 is still one of my favorite episodes. It opens with the breathtakingly beautiful story of our youngest daughter’s namesake, Chiara Corbella Petrillo.
If you haven’t heard her story, and even if you have, I’d encourage you to listen to this episode, even if it’s just the first few minutes.
Her story changed me forever, and I think it could change you, too.
Listen as Dr. Erika Salter shares the beauty of loving babies with life-limiting conditions, and why doctors use the misleading term “fatal” to the detriment of babies and mothers alike.
What’s new in bioethics?
Scientists have transplanted cryogenically frozen and thawed organs for the first time, paving the way for the day we attempt to freeze and unfreeze the whole organism.
Something to celebrate: 25,000 fewer abortions in the US in the year post-Dobbs
While the media makes a fuss over Musk’s Neuralink computer-brain interface going to human trials later this year, researchers in Europe have already used a brain implant to help a paraplegic walk again.
The New Fight For Life: Roe, Race, and a Prolife Commitment to Justice by former NFL player Ben Watson
Margaret Sanger’s Eugenic Legacy: The Control of Female Fertility by Angela Franks