Should have been exciting, right? While things between us were good at first, he quickly turned abusive. Arguments rapidly escalated as he punched me in the stomach, kicked me and tried to choke me.
I What if the life of the mother or of the child to be born is in danger? It is erroneous to put the question with this alternative: No, neither the life of the mother nor that of the child can be subjected to an act of direct suppression.
In the one case as in the other, there can be but one obligation: It is one of the finest and most noble aspirations of the medical profession to search continually for new means of ensuring the life of both mother and child. But if, notwithstanding all the progress of science, there still remain, and will remain in the future, cases in which one must reckon with the death of the mother, when the mother wills to bring to birth the life that is within her and not destroy it in violation of the command of God — Thou shalt not kill — nothing else remains for the man, who will make every effort till the very last moment to help and save, but to bow respectfully before the laws of nature and the dispositions of divine Providence.
The application of the theory of the equivalation of values to the case which occupies us has already been accepted in juridical discussions. The reply to this harrowing objection is not difficult. The inviolability of the life of an innocent human being does not depend on its greater or lesser value.
Besides, who can judge with certainty which of the two lives is in fact the more precious? Who can know what path that child will follow and to what heights of achievement and perfection he may reach?
Two greatnesses are being compared here, one of them being an unknown quantity. Under these conditions the operation can be lawful, like other similar medical interventions — granted always that a good of high worth is concerned, such as life, and that it is not possible to postpone the operation until after the birth of the child, nor to have recourse to other efficacious remedies.
God forbid this woman be given the opportunity to live and possibly have children in the future or maybe adopt an unwanted child or give a loving home to an abused child instead of having to die due to pregnancy. Who is playing God in this situation? LAW Tricky question and depends on her faith nuns and the faith of the mother.
The Nun should be reinstated. Bishop Thomas Olmstead has the ethics of the Taliban and other fanatics. He is the one who should be excommunicated. IF this fails to occur, NO more federal funds should go to a hospital which follows the fanatical and inhumane ethical directives of U.
Conference of Catholic Bishops. What about separation of church and state?
The idea that the mother must die so that an 11 week fetus might live, is in ignorance of basic biology. It is a case of religious fanatics dictating what should be an obvious ethical decision.
Kathy Was the transfer of the patient to a different hospital ever discussed?
In the metropolitan area of Phoenix, there are other venues to care for this sick lady. Joseph Ethics Committee considered this?In , the workers were fired after helping an immigrant teen in their care obtain an abortion.
The case put the issue of abortion access for immigrant teens on the ACLU’s radar. * In this case, the State of Georgia had a law prohibiting abortions unless the pregnancy would “seriously and permanently” injure the health of the mother. A lower court struck down this law and the majority of the Supreme Court agreed.
Should Catholic nun have approved patient’s abortion? by healthcarebus May 18, that he would make the final decision in all future cases of abortion. Carol. is a healthcare information brand focusing on trends and issues facing executives working in the healthcare industry. Chalice Renee Zeitner was sentenced to 10 years in prison in the abortion case.
She was accused of presenting falsified records to support her claim that she had cancer. The threat to "Roe v. Wade" Megan was 24 when she had her abortion. She was fresh from college in the first semester of her first teaching job. The Arizona Supreme Court will review the case of a woman who faked cancer to obtain a state-paid, mid-term abortion in Chalice Renee Zeitner, 33, was sentenced to 28 year s in prison after she was convicted on fraud, theft and forgery charges.