12 February, 2011

A tough call: Does conscience protection excuse a health professional from providing after-abortion care?

A tough call: Does conscience protection excuse a health professional from providing after-abortion care?

2 comments:

  1. This is a tough call. Since this is more in line with after-care and prevention of harm coming to another individual I think that the pharmacist should have filled the medication.

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  2. In my opinion....in this specific case, this pharmacist should had filled the prescription. This pharmacist did not fill the prescription but also hung up on this person who was requesting this special medicine. This is rude, cruel & very unprofessional. Even it was for a female who just had an abortion, this ill female still needs to be looked after.

    By this pharmacist actions & reactions probably believes this female deserves not to have this medicine & she should pay with pain for having the abortion even if it takes this sick female's life. (wasting precious time, every minute counts)

    This pharmacist gives Pro-Lifers a bad name.

    This is what I call a radical pro-life nut!

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