Category Archives: Pain and Unborn Children

Director of Neurosurgery and Brain Research: fetus can feel pain

Professor Robert White, Director of Neurosurgery and Brain Research Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine says: “The fetus within this timeframe of gestation, 20 weeks and beyond, is fully capable of experiencing pain….without question, all of this is a … Continue reading

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Abortionist: D&E procedure inflicts pain on baby

Dr. Anthony Levatino a former abortionist: “If you refuse to believe this procedure [D&E] inflicts severe pain on that unborn child please think again.” Steven Ertlet “Doctor who did 1200 abortions tells Congress to ban them” LifeNews May 23, 2013 … Continue reading

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Babies in the womb react to pain, says pediatrician

Pediatrician Dr. HMI Liley: “When doctors first began invading the sanctuary of the womb, they did not know that the unborn baby would react to pain” just as “violently as a baby lying in a crib” by “flaying out his … Continue reading

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If animals feel pain, what about preborn babies?

Many people who deny that aborted babies feel pain nevertheless believe animals feel pain. The brain of an preborn baby, even two months after conception, is as developed or more developed than those of many animals.  Professor of Perinatal Medicine Sir Albert … Continue reading

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Medical textbook on fetal pain

From a textbook on the development of the human brain: “Lip tactile response may be evoked by the end of the seventh week. By 10.5 weeks, the palms of the hands are responsive to light stroking with a hair, and … Continue reading

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Past president of American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists on fetal pain

A  past president of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists explains that unborn babies react to pain in the womb: “It can be clearly demonstrated that fetuses seek to evade certain stimuli in a manner which in an infant or … Continue reading

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Fellow of Board of Anesthesiologists claims baby feels pain in first trimester

In America Medical News, February 24, 1984, Dr. Vincent Collins, Diplomat and Fellow of the American Board of Anesthesiologists, stated: As early as eight to ten weeks’ gestation, and definitely by thirteen-and-a-half weeks, the human fetus experiences organic pain. Dr. … Continue reading

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Neonatologist testifies about fetal pain

Dr. Colleen A Malloy, Assistant professor, division of neonatology at Northwestern University testified before the House Judiciary Committee in June 2012, and said: “[T]hus, the difference between fetal and neonatal pain is simply the locale in which the pain occurs. … Continue reading

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Unborn babies recoil from pain at 5 – 6 months

Curtis Cook, M.D., Maternal-Fetal Medicine Butterworth Hospital, Michigan State College of Human Medicine: “In the course of my practice, we must occasionally perform life-saving procedures on babies while still in the uterus. I have often observed babies of 5 to … Continue reading

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Brain of aborted baby registers pain after 20 weeks

Doctor Paul Ranalli, a neurologist at the University of Toronto, says: “[C]areful anatomical studies reveal, in fact, that the ascending pain fibers reach the cortex by 20 weeks. They then ‘sit’ briefly, for a few days to a few weeks, … Continue reading

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