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Bala Cynwyd, Pa.—The Catholic Medical Association welcomes the Supreme Court's decision in Burwell et al. v. Hobby Lobby. Once again, the Supreme Court has curtailed the Obama administration’s abuse of executive power and unprecedented attacks on religious liberty.
After a Colorado woman regretted her decision to undergo a chemical abortion, she desperately searched for a doctor who could reverse the effects of the abortion drug mifepristone. She found CMA member Edwin Anselmi, M.D., who quickly implemented a protocol developed by two other CMA members, George Delgado, M.D., and Mary Davenport, M.D.
To read more about Dr. Anselmi and additional inspiring details of the case, click this link.
by Julie Filby, Denver Catholic Register
- An upcoming panel discussion set for March 19 will bring together four prominent Catholics to analyze the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly referred to as “Obamacare,” through the eyes of the Church.
Click this link to read the full article on the Denver Catholic Register's website.
**Note: This panel discussion is being hosted by the Catholic Medical Association Denver Guild.
by Kevin J. Jones, Catholic News Agency
.- Women medical experts, theologians, and ethicists joined voices in rejecting a Los Angeles Times editorial by a prominent birth control advocate, who recently criticized Catholic morality and claimed that nuns should take birth control for their health.
Click this link to read the full article on the Catholic News Agency's website.
**Note: The article features comments by Dr. Rebecca Peck, M.D., a CMA member and a leading member of the Orlando Guild, which won the first annual Outstanding Guild Award in 2010.
Despite a blizzard that barred many pro-lifers from attending, and wind chill temperatures below 0 degrees, CMA members gave witness at the 2014 March for Life.
The Catholic Medical Association’s Second Annual Medical Student Boot Camp took place exactly one year after the first, and matched its success in every respect . . .