VANCOUVER, BC, Oct 23 (LSN) – Abortionist Garson Romalis, a hero of the pro-abortion movement since his being shot in the leg in 1994, spoke to University of British Columbia medical students Sunday, looking to recruit abortionists. The province’s first medical symposium on abortion was held at the university under heavy security. The event was kept highly secret and only open to those of anti-life mentality.

Betty Green, president of the Vancouver Right to Life Society, was saddened that UBC students heard only pro-abortion arguments. She noted that the education that medical students receive about the humanity of unborn children, along with the recently acquired ability to correct fetuses’ health problems in the womb, has made new doctors reluctant to “run around killing.’‘

Romalis told reporters, “We can predict that, in the future, there’s going to be a shortage of people who are prepared to provide abortion services. So we want to educate the younger people, who are coming through the medical system, to the importance of abortion…  and let them know there are a lot of good things associated with performing abortion services.’’  The symposium was sponsored by UBC’s department of obstetrics and gynecology and was attended by about 80 medical students.

Special guests included: Dr. Penny Ballem, a vice-president of BC’s Women’s Hospital,  Lynn Smith, former dean of law at UBC, and Dr. Vera Frinton, president of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC.