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Friday, February 17, 2006

At the Evangelical Outpost, Pro-choice, anti-science: Informed consent and post-abortion health risks.

When most people prepare to undergo elective surgery, they expect to be fully informed of the risks involved in the procedure. But what if a doctor refused to tell you that after you recovered you would be at an elevated risk of developing suicidal behavior, depression, substance abuse, anxiety, and other mental problems? What if you were told that the justification for withholding such information was that you had a “civil right” to have the surgery and that the evidence concerning risk of mental illness “didn’t matter”?

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