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University of Manitoba Students for a Culture of Life: Tomorrow!: Abortion, A Medical Procedure

This post was written for University of Manitoba Students for a Culture of Life by UofM Students for Culture of Life. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

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The University of Manitoba, Students for a Culture of Life, will be hosting yet another lecture series.

This lecture series will be answering and exploring the following question…
What is abortion – simply a medical procedure that ends a pregnancy? While technically this is true, describing abortion in such a way does absolutely nothing to portray the violent way preborn children are murdered daily. Come out and have your eyes opened to some unpleasant but important truths.

Our guest speaker will be Dr. Larry Rados who is an emergency physician working in Winnipeg at misericordia urgent care. He is also a lecturer in the department of family medicine at the university of Manitoba. Over the past several years, Dr. Rados has had the opportunity to give presentations on various pro-life topics throughout the province. He has served as the Vice President for Manitoba physicians for life. In 2007 he was presented with the Joe Borowski award by the Winnipeg League For Life for his efforts in promoting a culture of life. Dr. Rados lives in Winnipeg with his wife, Jacquie and their four children.

This talk will be held at the University of Manitoba in the University Centre, Room 217 (GSA lounge) on Thursday, Dec. 5th, 2013.

 

 


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