Dr. Gerard M. Nadal

An open letter to the biomedical community on Down Syndrome and other undesirable life

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Fri Mar 21 12:33 EST Comments (2)

This letter is addressed to every physician, scientist, and genetic counselor who believes in a eugenic agenda that targets the unborn specifically because of diagnosed genetic anomalies. It asks a series of penetrating questions that invite…

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Killing gay men with victimology

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Mon Jan 13 14:03 EST Comments (9)

Building on yesterday’s post regarding CDC’s documentation of the continued rise in HIV, Syphilis, and Gonorrhea among men who have sex with men (MSM), in almost every document on the matter CDC offers the following:

Complex issues like…

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Why HIV, syphilis, and gonorrhea are rising among homosexuals

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Fri Jan 10 13:43 EST Comments (14)

This week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its annual report, Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2012, to whining among journalists that the reason for the documented continued rise in syphilis (primarily affecting…

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Healing hearts: An open letter to the pro-life movement

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Thu Dec 05 17:58 EST Comments (8)

To some of the finest people I’ve been privileged to know:

For decades I heard the call in prayer to stand up against the monstrous evil that has been unfolding in this nation since Roe v. Wade, which was handed down when I was twelve years old.…

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Responding to Cardinal Dolan: We were not “outmarketed” on gay marriage, we were “outevangelized”

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Mon Dec 02 14:22 EST Comments (20)

Fox News reports that Cardinal Dolan, in an interview with David Gregory of Meet the Press, claims that the Church was “outmarketed” on the issue of gay marriage. From the report:

Asked why the church is losing the argument on gay marriage,…

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Unilever’s blockbuster pro-life ad

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Wed Nov 27 10:59 EST Comments (10)

When was the last time an industrial giant made a pro-lifer stand up and cheer? I did tonight when I saw Unilever’s new 4 1/2 minute film encouraging expectant parents to bring their children into the world, and introducing their new program for…

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A call for stories: Cataloging stories of women pressured to abort in poor prenatal diagnoses

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Mon Nov 18 13:29 EST Comments (0)

It is well-known that women who receive so-called poor prenatal diagnoses are pressured by genetic counselors and obstetricians to abort the baby. Often, as in the case of Down syndrome, the diagnosis comes with just a week or two left before the…

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Record closings of abortion clinics portend darker days ahead?

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Thu Oct 17 12:18 EST Comments (2)

According to Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue there have been 44 abortion clinic closings this year. That would drive the total number of clinic closings since 1992 close to 75% of that year’s total. That is a monumental achievement for the…

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Transgendering children

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Wed Oct 09 12:33 EST Comments (17)

Groucho Marx used to tell of a man who went to see a psychiatrist:

So you see, doctor, the problem is that my brother thinks he’s a chicken.

Well, have you told him he’s not a chicken?

No.

Why not?

Because we need the eggs!

As the…

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The March for Life is a waste of money? A response to that Christian Science Monitor hit piece

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Tue Sep 10 12:15 EST Comments (13)

In her hit piece against the pro-life movement Ms. Elizabeth Jahr, a senior at Marymount University in Arlington, Va., pens a missive about the perceived colossal waste of money spent by pro-lifers in our annual March on Washington, D.C. Read her…

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Gay marriage rising: who’s to blame?

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Thu Jun 27 10:49 EST Comments (13)

If yesterday's Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage were tough to swallow, this post will be even more of a challenge to accept. On the merits of the cases, dissenting Justice Scalia got it exactly right. No argument there. It’s where the blame…

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Requiem for the ballerinas

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Wed Jun 26 09:28 EST Comments (18)

The corruption of innocence is a deadly sin, because it corrupts the innocents. Better a millstone be tied around the necks of those who corrupt the innocent and they be flung into the sea, said Jesus. He really never pointed out too many…

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To look into the face of Kermit Gosnell is to look in the American mirror

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Mon Apr 22 13:31 EST Comments (7)

Dr. Kermit Gosnell is on trial for his life in Philadelphia because of how he ran his medical clinic, the “Women’s Medical Society” at 3801 Lancaster. That impressive establishmentarian-sounding title belied a business which reflected the abortion…

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Tags: abortion, kermit gosnell

The ACLU’s defense of gender-selective abortion and the elimination of Down syndrome babies

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Wed Mar 20 17:19 EST Comments (1)

There is good news in North Dakota this week as the legislature there has passed two bills: one outlawing gender-selective and eugenic abortions rooted in genetic anomalies, and the other outlawing abortion once a heartbeat is detectable. Get the…

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A pro-life pope?: To be Catholic IS to be pro-life

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Mon Feb 11 15:09 EST Comments (2)

Pope Benedict XVI’s impending resignation, announced this morning, has opened the usual spate of questions prior to a conclave, as well as new ones about the status of a living Pope emeritus. Among some pro-lifers there is lots of buzz about…

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