Physician Endorsements of Science for Unborn Human Life

Matthew J. Bulfin, M.D., Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Your in-depth study of unborn human life chronology could be an enduring masterpiece. It is both complete and concise in its delineation of the day-by-day growth from the zygote to the embryo to the fetus. This information should be available to all who seek the truth about what really occurs during the abortion operation. Science Sheds Life on Unborn Human Life should be a resource article in every school library.

E.J. Burchell, M.D., F.A.C.O.G, Covington, KY

As a member of the diocese of Covington, Kentucky ProLife Commission, I was pleased to see your website entitled Science for Unborn Human Life, Our organization provides ProLife speakers for a variety of events, and I feel that the material will be a valuable asset in obtaining information which can be included in the presentations. It goes without saying that I strongly endorse and recommend your website.

Paul Chandler, M.D., Florence, SC

I am a practicing obstetrician gynecologist and reviewed this website. I have concluded that the information contained within this the website is factual and dependable. I agree with the conclusions enclosed. I believe that the human fetus is indeed a human being and should be protected as should all human beings.

Karen S. Reisig, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. & F.A.C.S., Oklahoma City, OK

I have visited your website for science for unborn human life and just wanted to pass on how excited I am for there to be a website out there with such accurate scientific information regarding unborn human life. I think this gives a significant opportunity for education of adults and young people with regards to life before birth and the humanity that exists even in the fetus. I especially think this is credible for teachers and administrators who are considering an education of the young people in the school systems or in their churches and/or even civic or community groups. I hope people will take advantage of this information and that it will be a real asset for those seeking information about the unborn fetus. I will be happy to endorse this website to my patients who may need or find this information useful.

Lisa W. Rogers, M.D., Fellow, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Jackson, TN

Thank you very much for letting me know about your website. I think that it is a great composite of the development that happens in an unborn child, and an excellent resource in many areas. I have researched it myself and have found the facts to be reliable and well supported by the references listed. I would be glad to endorse your website and hope that will be helpful to you in publicizing the information.

Alan Schapker, M.D., Phoenix, AZ

Science for Unborn Human Life is a concise and factual website summarizing the latest medical research proving the early embryonic and fetal development. I have been a practicing obstetrician and gynecologist for >25 years and have seen many advances in the science of medicine but none more striking and dramatic than in our knowledge about early fetal development. Seeing a baby's heartbeat using ultrasound only 4 weeks after conception and hearing the heartbeat of an unborn child with a simpler doppler only 7 weeks after conception is verification that there is a human life at this very early gestation. It is now impossible to deny this overwhelming scientific evidence and to refer to a two-month fetus (the most common age for an elective abortion) as a "blob of tissue", as is frequently done at abortion clinics, rather than as a fully developed human being that it has already become. I highly endorse and recommend this website to all who are interested in learning more about the development of the unborn child. The references are superb, factual, and credible.

Sam T. Scaling, MD, FACOG, FACS, Casper, WY

Thank you for allowing me to review your, “Science for Unborn Human Life” as well as the scientific articles which support your documentation. The scientific facts regarding when life begins are readily available and are inarguable. You have done an excellent job of assimilating this information to help all of us who try to teach people the truth about life and its beginning.

Simon Solano, M.D.

I have visited and reviewed the information provided by Science for Unborn Human Life, and I find it to be in agreement with present scientific knowledge regarding the beginning of life. I certainly agree it is a great resource for information to those who want reliable facts regarding conception and the earliest signs of human life.

Barbara Susang-Talamo, M.D., F.A.C.O.G, Irwin, PA

I am an obstetrician-gynecologist and the mother of four children. I fully endorse as comprehensive yet concise, objective, and accurate with well-researched credibility. It should be mandatory for truly informed consent before an abortion and for truly informative ACOG patient education materials. Thank you for taking the time and energy to care to produce this website.

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