Friday, July 22, 2011
The Guardian: Doctors' anti-abortion views could impact on women's access to service, by Denis Campbell:
Pregnant women could find it harder in future to obtain an abortion because of the growing number of doctors who are opposed to carrying out terminations.
A survey of medical students has found that almost half believe doctors should be allowed to refuse to perform any procedure to which they object on moral, cultural or religious grounds, such as prescribing contraception or treating someone who is drunk or high on drugs. . . .