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Abortion rights: what’s wrong with these pictures?

February 17, 2012

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Tell us whether you feel these panels making choices on women’s reproductive rights are missing a crucial something Jessica Reedguardian.co.uk, Friday 17 February 2012 I want you to look at the following photographs and think about what they represent for a minute or two. Take your time – can you think of anything missing from […]

Komen vs. Planned Parenthood—What’s Going On? -/- The Susan G. Komen Foundation debacle and the US establishment

February 4, 2012

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By Ellen SweetFebruary 3, 2012 Immediate outrage in the social media greeted the Komen foundation after it defunded breast cancer screening by Planned Parenthood. Ellen Sweet explores what’s behind its puzzling turn-about. Dr. Susan Love calls for rejecting political divisiveness and working to prevent breast cancer. Photo: Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation Why would an […]

Komen vs. Planned Parenthood—What’s Going On? -/- The Susan G. Komen Foundation debacle and the US establishment

February 4, 2012

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By Ellen SweetFebruary 3, 2012 Immediate outrage in the social media greeted the Komen foundation after it defunded breast cancer screening by Planned Parenthood. Ellen Sweet explores what’s behind its puzzling turn-about. Dr. Susan Love calls for rejecting political divisiveness and working to prevent breast cancer. Photo: Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation Why would an […]

Abortion: No return to the bad old days

January 28, 2012

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Tuesday 24 January 2012by Louise Raw The decision by the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice (BCAP) to allow ads for post-conception advice services has the usual suspects in a lather. It’s no use in wearily pointing out that pregnancy advice agencies actually give counselling, rather than automatic compulsory abortions to anyone who walks through their […]

Abortion: No return to the bad old days

January 28, 2012

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Tuesday 24 January 2012by Louise Raw The decision by the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice (BCAP) to allow ads for post-conception advice services has the usual suspects in a lather. It’s no use in wearily pointing out that pregnancy advice agencies actually give counselling, rather than automatic compulsory abortions to anyone who walks through their […]