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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Planned Parenthood campaign: ‘Do No Harm’

Pro-lifers needled Planned Parenthood on Monday in response to the abortion giant’s use of the phrase “Do No Harm” to rally opposition against the Republican health care bill.

"If our senators were listening, they'd stop #Trumpcare once & for all.

Let's make sure they hear us: 202-804-8210#DoNoHarm #IStandWithPP"

Abortion opponents were quick to point out the apparent irony.

“First, do no harm” is a dictum attributed to the Greek physician Hippocrates.

Similar language appears in the Hippocratic Oath that medical students commonly take in the process of becoming doctors.

The Hippocratic Oath also contains a proscription against abortion.

“I will give no deadly medicine to any one if asked, nor suggest any such counsel; and in like manner I will not give to a woman a pessary to produce abortion,” the oath reads, according to the Encyclopædia Britannica translation.

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Anonymous said...

yeah, they took that part out of the oath a LONG time ago- AND doctors are not even required to say that anymore, either. Want to know if your doctor is well read or not? Ask him if he knows what a caducues is.

Jim said...

"..Ask him if he knows what a caducues is.."

Will he laugh when I try to pronounce it? :-)

Anonymous said...

"Do no harm" coming from baby killers?