Results from Tag: 'trisomy 18'
Some Say Trisomy 18 Babies Are ‘Incompatible With Life’ — Those Who Love Them Say They’re Made for Joy
Special babies, children and young adults are a blessing to their families and communities, say their parents, who often must advocate for their children to receive medical care.
Abortion Activists Focus on Tough Prenatal Diagnoses in Effort to Broaden Exceptions to Pro-Life Laws
A recent unsuccessful lawsuit in Texas, filed by a woman whose baby was diagnosed with Trisomy 18, highlighted the abortion lobby’s preferred strategy for challenging such laws.
COMMENTARY: In the 18 months since Roe v. Wade was overruled, supreme courts in Montana, North Dakota and South Carolina (at first) have overturned abortion bans in favor of women’s privacy and autonomy. Will the high courts in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Wyoming follow suit?
“Parents need information, resources, advocacy and appropriate references from the minute they receive the diagnosis.”
Speaking to the Register, the Republican congresswoman eloquently responds to a recent Washington Post commentary that advocated abortion of unborn Down syndrome babies.