Problems Modern Gynecology Creates, Then Ignores

By HLI Staff / March 10, 2017 /
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  As tensions increase between the pro-choice and pro-life movements, it’s important to remember our objective. We must keep in mind not only that we are seeking life but also that we are following God’s law. There are four main issues in gynecology which directly contradicts God’s law. Abortion destroys a child’s right to life;…

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HLI Director Helps Couple Deal with Past Abortion

By Emil Hagamu / August 14, 2015 /

With what seems like constant advocacy from pro-abortion groups who push the lie that abortion is a “right” for women’s “reproductive health,” gradually abortion is seeing wider acceptance even in Tanzania, though for now it remains strongly restricted in law. Instead of offering health benefits, however, abortion causes women to suffer physically and psychologically. Although…

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The Economic Impact of Abortion

By HLI Staff / March 5, 2015 /
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(Vatican Radio) — In his teaching on reaching out to the poor and the marginalized, Pope Francis has stressed that human dignity must not be sacrificed for profits. But some advocates of population control argue that abortion benefits the economy and the common good. At a conference in Rome on Thursday, Joseph Meaney, the Director…

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10 Abortion Myths

By HLI Staff / July 25, 2013 /
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In this audio talk, HLI Director of Education and Research Dr. Brian Clowes provides an overview of the 10 most common abortion myths that are repeated by the media, and explains how to refute each and every one. These are the same arguments that come up over and over again in everyday conversation because most…

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Ideological Bias Risking the Lives of Young Women

By Denise Hunnell, MD / June 14, 2013 /

( — Scientific studies from around the world show that younger women, specifically those between the ages of 25 and 39, are increasingly being diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer—which has often spread further in the body by the time of diagnosis. A study on cancer rates in Geneva, Switzerland, published in 2007 found that breast cancer…

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HLI Statement on the Death of Savita Halappanavar

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / November 15, 2012 /
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 15, 2012 – FRONT ROYAL, Virginia – The following is a statement from Father Shenan J. Boquet, president of Human Life International, on the death of Savita Halappanavar, an Indian woman who was allegedly refused an abortion from a Catholic hospital in Ireland: “The staff and pro-life missionaries of Human…

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Medical Symposium: Abortion Not Needed to Save Mother’s Life

By Committee for Excellence in Maternal Healthcare and the Life House / September 11, 2012 /

Leading medical experts speaking at a major International Symposium on Excellence in Maternal Healthcare held in Dublin have concluded that “direct abortion is not medically necessary to save the life of a mother.” Professor Eamon O’Dwyer, speaking for the Committee of the Symposium, said that the outcome of the conference “provided clarity and confirmation to…

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“Hugely Guilty,” but No Regrets?

By Adam Cassandra / July 29, 2011 /
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How many genuine rights do people exercise on a daily basis that lead them to feel painfully guilty? One Dublin, Ireland mother who believes women have a “right” to choose abortion recently gave an inside look at the immense guilt and emotional pain that she experienced when an Irish Mail on Sunday reporter traveled with…

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