A study published by Dr. [Wendy] Norman in 2011, however, found that the number of physicians providing the service in hospitals in rural British Columbia had dropped 62% between 1998 and 2005.That's good news indeed. Less doctors committing abortions.
Dr. Norman said reliable data are not available to analyze changes in the rest of Canada, but Ms. Arthur said anecdotal evidence suggests a similar trend is occurring in most other provinces.The pro-abortions agree with us on the abortion data situation--as in there is little reliable data. And it's only going to get worse. So why aren't the pro-abortions all over Ontario's killing of abortion statistics? I haven't heard a peep out of them on this.
Pretty funny actually, especially since even Joyce Arthur has to base her information on "anecdotal evidence".
She [Dr. Norman] said in an interview that she finds the work rewarding, with the opportunity to counsel patients on future contraception use, but acknowledged it is not a popular career choice these days, especially after a string of shootings of abortion doctors in the late 1990s.Dr. Norman finds it rewarding to commit abortions? Really? If I was an abortion doctor, I don't think that 's a reason I'd ever make public.
About half of the area’s eight or nine anesthetists still refuse to assist in pregnancy terminations because of personal objections, the doctor said.This makes sense. That there are doctors who have personal objections to abortion.
I'm looking forward to the day when all doctors have a "personal objection" to committing abortions. Then we won't need to keep abortion statistics at all. And the Ontario Government can hide all the data they want on abortions.