Uni code demands teaching against abortion, IVF for gays

The Australian, 11 August 2016
Author: Sharri Markson
“Teachers at the medical school of Notre Dame University have to commit to teach under a code of standards that bans contraception. This code advises contraception is not permissible, healthcare facilities should resist pressure to offer prenatal testing, as it is futile because abortion is not banned even in the case of abnormalities, and gay and unmarried couples should not have access to IVF. AMA president Dr Michael Gannon said it was unlawful for medical practitioners to discriminate against ¬≠people on the basis of sexual preference or gender.”
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