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Suicide Prevention for the able-bodied and Suicide Assistance for everyone else!

Parliament agreed on assisted suicide. Why didn’t the Supreme Court Listen? In April 2010 the elected officials of this country soundly defeated Francine Lalonde’s Bill 562 calling for assisted-suicide, 228 to 59. Yet those wanting a change in Canada’s laws did not take that as the resounding voice of Canadians. The British Columbia Civil Liberties […]

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Plan B near useless and may increase pregnancy risk in women who are ovulating or have ovulated!!

Dr Chris Kahlenborn lead author answers some questions regarding his 2014 co-authored meta-study  (Linacre Quarterly February 2015) “Mechanism of action of levonorgestrel emergency contraception”. Contact our office for a copy aflo@mgl.ca   Seems to me that the proponents of Plan B as a contraceptive have a lot of explaining to do. Well go on we […]

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Researcher Seeking Ontario Parents for Interviews on the HPV Vaccine Decision

Parents: you’ve been asked to consent the HPV vaccine for your daughter. Let’s talk about that decision Katelin Albert, MA Katelin.albert@mail.utoronto.ca It’s the start of the school year which means that the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine will soon be offered free to girls, and some boys, across Canada through school vaccination programs. This also means […]

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The Real War on Women: Covering up the abortion and breast cancer link

 Up until August 8 2013 the Breast Cancer Prevention Institute recorded the following on its fact sheet  “Epidemiological Studies: Induced Abortion and Breast Cancer Risk” Of a total of 73 studies worldwide from 1957 – August 2013 57 show a Positive Correllation of which 34 are Statistically significant. In November 2013 a meta-analysis (a study […]

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RU-486? – RUstupid?!!

I offer this second post minus the personal information. On November 25th an article entitled, “Medical abortion in Canada- behind the times” was printed in the Canadian Medical Association Journal and a cover story was carried in national newspapers, entitled, “Canadians should have access to abortion pill RU-486, leading medical journal argues.” In my experience, […]

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