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The materials found here consist of video, audio with power point, and audio presentations on subjects of interest to prolife physicians. Many of these talks are taken from AAPLOG’s annual educational meetings. The talks cover mental and physical long term health complcations of abortions, adverse health effects relating to “medical” abortions, physicians’ freedom of conscience issues, and other vital topics for prolife medical professionals, as well as for interested lay persons.
These materials should be valuable for download and personal or group study. Any quesitons may be addressed to email@example.com
Feb 1, 2013
Two ProLife presentations given at the 55th U.N. Commission on the Status of Women:
Chemical Abortion in Resource Poor Nations
Dr. Donna Harrison
Psychological Complications of Abortion on Women
Drs. Priscilla Coleman and Martha Shuping
Feb 22 to March 4, 2011
See full workshop at www.frc.org/un2011
Hooked: New Science on Teen Brain and Sex
Freda Bush, MD, ObG
January 29, 2011
Freda M.Bush, M.D. is an ob/gyn in private practice and a Clinical Instructor with the Dept of OB/GYN and Dept of Family Practice at the University of MS Medical Center in Jackson, MS. She trained at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, and has published, Hooked, New Science on How Casual Sex Affects Our Children co-authored with Joe McIlhaney, M.D.
Abortion and Women’s Mental Health
Priscilla Coleman Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
January 29, 2001
Dr. Coleman is a developmental psychologist and Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Bowling Green State University. A major concentration of her research has been on the mental health effects of abortion and recent studies address the impact of abortion on interpersonal relationships (parenting and intimate partners). The author of over 45 peer-reviewed articles, Dr. Coleman frequently presents her research to audiences across the U.S. and in recent years she has spoken in Berlin, Poland, and Portugal. Dr. Coleman has also served as an expert on state and civil cases related to the harmful effects of abortion and she is on the editorial boards for three international medical journals.
Abortion-Breast Cancer Causal Association Update
Joel Brind, Ph.D.
January 29, 2001
Professor Joel Brind received his undergraduate degree from Yale University, M.S. and Ph.D. from New York University in Basic Medical Sciences (Biochemistry, Physiology, Immunology). He is full Professor in Biology and Endocrinology at Baruch College (CUNY). He has also taught endocrinology at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and Beth Israel Medical Center. He is Founder and President of the Breast Cancer Prevention Institute in NY and Founder, Editor and Publisher of Abortion-Breast Cancer Quarterly Update. He has served as Director of Biochemical Research for the Orentreich Foundation and Medic al Group, as well as researcher at NYU School of Medicine. He serves as member of numerous professional societies as well as on the editorial board of the journal Steroids, and member of the American Bioethics Advisory Commission. He is an international lecturer on the topic of Induced abortion as an independent risk factor for breast cancer”, and author of the groundbreaking meta-analysis on the topic. He has authored over 35 peer reviewed publications.
Stem Cells: Clinical Update
David Prentice Ph.D.