Tag Archives: abortion

Our Ambivalence about Down Syndrome

Chris Kaposy argues that more people should choose to have children with Down syndrome.

The Limits of Choice: Abortion and Assisted Dying

Michelle Oberman compares abortion and assisted dying and argues that focusing on the ‘right to choose’ risks ignoring the social and economic factors that shape and constrain our choices.

Reflections from one of China’s planned generation

Yeyang Su speaks about the personal and relational aspects that are silent in China’s family-planning policy deliberations.

What Health Canada’s Approval of the Abortion Pill Means for Women

Beth Palmer discusses the potential for improved access to abortion with Mifepristone

Do we really need an even better prenatal test for Down syndrome?

Chris Kaposy challenges the need for further developments in prenatal testing for Down syndrome.

Fiduciary Duties Limit Physicians’ Freedom of Conscience

Emma Ryman discusses conscientious objections and the physician-patient relationship.

The New Brunswick Abortion Law Repeal: Only Half the Story

Joanna Erdman celebrates the New Brunswick decision to eliminate barriers to abortion access.