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Apparently having the right to kill your child….

Makes you a better mother. Quite a different stance than this: We don’t wish to take the country back in time; rather, we aspire to move it forward, beyond a time when women are treated as objects and pitted against

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The wonders of “choice”

Granted, this case from the Ottawa Citizen is not representative of every woman seeking an abortion, but it does raise the question of, “What constitutes choice?”. Here are some highlights from the article: Anna, first, asked her mother whether she

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Heart beat = Viagra…

…or at least that how it seems in Ohio (kind of makes sense since Viagra was first used to treat hypertension, but I digress). Here is this piece of non-sense as reported by the National Post: Ohio State Senator Nina

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Where’s that in the Bible?

It makes me laugh when people accuse me of proselytizing on the job just because I tell patients how certain medications can work. I thought it was my job as a pharmacist to know the different mechanisms of action of

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Are pro-lifers self-righteous?

So, it looks like my post from last week has some critics. I thank Christine for the post and I was hoping for a little discussion on equality and rights for the unborn, but maybe next time (I guess debating

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Killing babies the same as abortion: Experts

Really? I thought that’s what pro-lifers have been saying for the last little while, but don’t trust us! Trust the experts! Seriously, though, this article in the British Medical Journal is callous. It really goes to show what kind of

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What an abortionist does

Facebook may have taken down this picture but here it is for your viewing pleasure:

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Looking to the Netherlands on Euthanasia

There was an article in the Vancouver Sun a few days ago about euthanasia in the Netherlands. Cristina Alarcon, pharmacist in BC, comments on the article as follows: RE: Euthanasia supporters, critics in Canada look to Dutch for evidence As

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“You’re one of those”

Ok, so after a long absence I am back! (whether that is a good thing or a bad thing I will leave it to you to decide I am now a full-fledged pharmacist but I miss UTSFL so what better

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Unfinished business part 2: Why oppose abortion

This comment was sent a couple of months ago. After the fantastic debate we had last Monday, I thought it would be good to go through the points: What makes a cluster of cells inside a woman’s fetus any more

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