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Thursday, February 08, 2007

I am not sure what about this story pisses me off the most

  • Doctors Are Not Giving Advice or Care if it contradicts their beliefs

  • WTF? I'm sorry - do we live in Vatican City or what?


    Elizabeth at 4:27 PM



    at 5:31 PM Blogger Tammy said...


    I hate people.

    at 7:41 PM Blogger Cara said...

    Yeah, this is some bullshit. It's one thing if a doctor doesn't want to administer care because it interferes with their personal beliefs. That's fine. But they need to at least present all of the options to their patients and offer to refer them to another doctor if need be.

    One of the things they mentioned in the article that some doctors have a problem with is giving birth control to teens between 14-16 years old without parental consent. I must say that even though I consider myself quite liberal and wouldn't necessarily be opposed to my daughter being on BC at that age, I damn sure don't want a doctor giving it to her without my consent. Actually, I don't think that ANYTHING should be prescribed to her without my consent. I don't care if it's a freakin' allergy pill. She's a minor and I as her parent have a need and a right to know what medications she's taking.


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