Tasmanian ban on abortion protests may not be constitutional
A legal expert argues that the new law provision breaches the freedom of political communication.
Doctors who are willing to do abortions are becoming scarcer and scarcer in Italy.
Tasmania stifles abortion protest with new law
The island state has just approved a law which mandates referral and suppresses dissent.
Euthanizing the unhappy: the urgent need for love
It was not medicine that Nancy Verhelst needed - least of all a fatal injection.
Politics and abortion trump women’s health in California
Safety concerns about a new law are dismissed because pro-lifers happened to voice them.
Profound wonder is the way to welcome babies with fatal conditions
Twenty reasons to think twice about aborting a baby with anencephaly
Euthanasia puts the elderly at risk
Legalisation contaminates the caring ethic and compromises our ability to trust doctors.
Gynecology before Roe v. Wade
Thanks largely to the efforts of one doctor, abortion was formally condemned.
Left-winging it on the right to life
The President of Ecuador says he will resign if “betrayers” in his party insist on liberalising abortion.
Whose choice? How new rights may expand old oppression
Wherever men make women’s sexual decisions for them, the option of abortion will be a man’s choice.
Her perfect boy
A Florida mother shows what real love is as she cares for a child with Trisomy 18.
Stephen Hawking's genius and brave struggle with motor neurone disease do not mean he is right on assisted suicide.
A daughter’s death and a father’s abortion pill battle
An Oklahoma law banning off-label use of abortion pills goes to the Supreme Court.
The dark story of immortality
After decades of ignoring the issue, scientists are acknowledging that many vaccines were made with cells from aborted foetuses.
Which comes first: changing the culture or changing the law?
It is a huge mistake for foes of legalized abortion to retire from the political arena.
Down with stifling groupthink, says Irish minister
An extraordinary speech against her government's abortion bill could get a rising star expelled from her party.
Why the UK should reject three-parent embryos
British stem cell scientists have scored a big win by securing government approval for a scheme to avoid rare diseases. This will do far more harm than good.
After mainstream Protestant churches embraced the sexual revolution of the 1970s, they entered a demographic decline.
A mad way to die in Quebec
The province is using extraordinary legal legerdemain to authorize euthanasia without violating the Canadian Criminal Code.
What really happens to women who have abortions?
Once again, the New York Times ignores the evidence and backs supporters of abortion.
Please, doctor, put him out of our misery
In a stunning development, Dutch doctors say that the anguish of parents is another reason to euthanase disabled babies.
The man who changed Canada
One of the most controversial men in Canada has died, Dr Henry Morgenthaler, Holocaust survivor and the country's leading abortion doctor. What is his legacy?
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