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Wednesday, December 3, 2003

The Guardian is doing a fine job covering the story from England about the young Church of England minister who is challenging an abortion of a 24-week-old fetus because of a a cleft palate.

Here are some reflections on the medical/legal issues.

Here, Ann Furedi, who is the chief executive of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service and an abortion provider, urges us to Trust doctors on abortion, not lawyers.

(If a doctor refused to perform an abortion and a court ordered him to proceed, the title of Furedi's piece would have been, "Trust our system of law on abortion.")

Finally, here are several interesting letters to the editor about the Reverend Joanna Jepson and Ann Furedi.

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