Forty years worth of grief. And Hope. – Melissa Ohden

Forty years of grief. And Hope. Published by Melissa Ohden August 25, 2017 I’ve been emotionally and physically exhausted lately, on the verge of tears for what appears to be no reason for the past few days. Restless. It’s been nearly impossible to get anything done. I can’t focus. Something’s been bothering me, but I’m not sure… Continue reading Forty years worth of grief. And Hope. – Melissa Ohden

Eliminating Downs Syndrome or eradicating the people with Downs Syndrome?

Iceland has claimed that they have eliminated what causes Downs syndrome, while not actually sharing the truth, that in fact they have eradicated the people with Downs syndrome.  Did you know that this is systematic eugenics.  In America and Iceland and MANY OTHER countries people have targeted people groups because of their location? YES! There… Continue reading Eliminating Downs Syndrome or eradicating the people with Downs Syndrome?

Genetic (or Eugenic) Testing

 "Prenatal testing is a huge funnel that's wide at the top-- enticing and pressuring women and couples to agree to testing--and narrowly pointed toward eugenic abortion at the bottom."(meehanreports)The foundation of genetic testing is not exactly what you would expect. Genetic testing is a way to test for different sicknesses in the preborn child.Genetic tests… Continue reading Genetic (or Eugenic) Testing

The Implications of a Prenatal Diagnosis on Obstetric and Neonatal Care

By Tracy Winsor, the co founder to a ministry that provides comprehensive support to parents carrying to term following a prenatal diagnosis."The infant diagnosed prenatally with a life-limiting disability which is considered to be lethal is not only vulnerable to abortion at diagnosis, but also vulnerable to medical neglect or futility care if carried to… Continue reading The Implications of a Prenatal Diagnosis on Obstetric and Neonatal Care