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Author Index - Greg Gardner

Greg Gardner is a GP in Birmingham

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Looking for Answers - A Christian in Medicine and Law (Book Review) (triple helix - spring/summer 2007)

Looking for Answers is an intriguing autobiography of a Catholic paediatrician – awarded a papal knighthood for his work – who is also a magistrate, political activist and founder member of several charities. The early chapters review his childhood, training and paediatric work. Cole has lived through major changes in...

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New DFID paper on sexual health - Foolishness on a grand scale (triple helix - autumn 2004)

On 6 July, the Secretary of State for International Development Hilary Benn (pictured) published a Department for International Development (DFID) position paper on 'sexual and reproductive health and rights'.[1] This sets out what the DFID believe should be done to improve sexual health in the developing world and forms the...

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Abortion and breast cancer - Is there a link? (triple helix - winter 2003)

Greg Gardner probes a ticking time bomb If a scientist discovered a risk factor that increases the chance of breast cancer by 30%, you'd have thought it would have spurred huge headlines and impassioned demands for action. With the exception of AIDS, no other health issue has been...

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Pro-life Movement at the Crossroads (triple helix - winter 2002)

It is well recognised that traditional strategies against abortion have had only limited success and there is now a growing realisation that new alliances and strategies are needed.[1] The solution is far from simple as every reform movement contains members with different opinions over strategy, priorities and the tension between...

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RU-486 - Deception and corruption we haven't heard the last of (triple helix - winter 2001)

The US Food and Drugs Administration has recently approved the use of Mifepristone (RU-486) to procure abortions up to 49 days gestation (BMJ 2000; 321;851). RU-486 was developed by the French drug company Roussel Uclaf, a subsidiary of Hoechst. Hoechst was itself derived from IG Farben, the chemical giant who...

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Population Control: a sinister ideology? (triple helix - winter 1999)

My interest in population issues was first kindled as a medical student when I heard Catholic Priest and writer Rene Bel talk about 'a conspiracy against the poor' in West Africa: a neo-colonialism based on contraception, abortion and sterilisation was being heavily funded by certain groups in the West who...

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Population Control and Reproductive Freedom (nucleus - autumn 1998)

Population control is an elitist, coercive ideology which has its roots in eugenics and Malthusian economics. It is now linked with radical environmentalism and has made big inroads into both medicine and Christian thinking. Eugenics theory has had great influence in social science, politics and medicine - particularly bioethics. Population...

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