Why the Doctor Doesn’t Always Know Best

Special thanks to Elena for blogging about this today.

It’s stories like this that make you wonder how many babies could have been saved from abortion.

10 October 2005 11:49

When Amy Brankin was pregnant doctors suggested she had an abortion because they believed her baby-to-be would be badly deformed and stood no chance of survival.

Determined to take the risk she and partner Colin McQueen ignored the advice and 15 months ago their child Harry was born.

Today, the couple from Queen’s Way, Wymondham, are reaping the benefits of their tremendous inner strength as Harry learns to walk and talk with no signs of deformity.

They are furious with doctors at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital who they claim tried to convince them to terminate and have warned other expecting couples to be on their guard against erroneous information.

God Bless!

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4 Responses to Why the Doctor Doesn’t Always Know Best

  1. My Kid's Mom says:

    It would make me furious, too, if the doctors were trying to inflict their preferences or values onto these people by trying to convince them to have an abortion. What does that say about their views on the sanctity of life – even if a child is born deformed, does he/she not deserve a chance to live and love and be loved???

  2. Suzanne says:

    Yes, indeed, they have the right to be born to love and be loved!
    Some of the best and most wonderful people in this world are the deformed and “handicapped!”
    Some people do not know what they are missing because they don’t even try to see the flowers that bloom around the people that they think are thorns in the side.
    By the way, UK, what a precious baby photo! Thanks, my friend! 🙂

  3. ukok says:

    I agree with you 100%. Even if a child is disabled, is it not a life worth living? When we project our value of life on to another person, it may have the awful coinsequence that the baby must be aborted.

    Life isn’t our to take, because it was never ours to begin with. that’s the sorry state of secularism. “We own our bodies and we can do what we like with them”.

    I don’t know if you’ve read my abortion thread -oit’s on the main page at the top on the right. Makes for interesting reading!

    God Bless.

    Suzanne, as ever, your a great encouragement with your insightful words. Thankyou my dear!

    God bless.

  4. Moneybags says:

    The March of Dimes even supports abortion regularly if they suspect a child will be born not “normal”. Yet, this is such a lie. Children like this were always raised before by their families and if a child is not a perfect child then the family would raise it anyway.

    Taking the life of an unborn child is not a choice!

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