bad change would potentially force some of them to make a choice between breaking their Doctors' Oath or breaking one of Jaro's 'laws'.
I think it would be a minefield for doctors if the change goes through. As this doctor says:-
Prof Romuald Debski, who works at a hospital in Warsaw, told Polish media: "Whoever causes the death of the unborn child is punishable by imprisonment up to three years. If I have a patient with pre-eclampsia, who is 32 weeks pregnant, I will have to let her and her child die.
"I have to, because if I perform a caesarean section and the child dies, I may go to prison for three years, because the child was premature."
Pre-eclampsia is a potentially fatal condition that can develop in the second half of pregnancy and can only be cured by delivering the baby.
all people die after they are born,
This baby had no chance of life though, it was cruel to allow that suffering in my opinion, and would have been very distressing for the mother.
There is no cause for claiming that one life will be valued more than other expect for the leftie scaremongering and lies.
I still fail to understand why you can't understand what I am saying. It is not ' leftie scaremongering and lies'.
If a woman has a foetus lodged in the fallopian tube, an operation to remove it would be banned under new legislation. That is clearly putting the life of the child first, at huge risk to the mother. Same with pre-eclampsia, the only cure for which is delivery of the baby. If that foetus is alive, but not developed enough to survive, no doctor will want to perform surgery to remove the baby. If it is not removed, the mother will very likely die.
I see you have been fed lies
I've read numerous articles on this now from many sources including the BBC and The Irish Times. Are you saying all of my sources are lies? What he did was wrong. He put his beliefs above doing his job properly. He didn't have to perform the abortion personally but he was legally bound to refer her to someone who would. He has admitted that he refused to do this. As a consequence of his actions, that woman was forced to have her baby.
Later thought if you don't mind.
That is your take on the issue and you're simply guessing
New laws would mean exactly what I am saying, no guesswork involved.
There is no way that such a law would be passed
What I mean is that the consequence
of new laws being passed would put the child's life above that of the mother. Any surgery which would require removal of the foetus would be banned. At the expense of the mother's life. Ectopic pregnancy and pre-eclampsia are not exactly rare conditions.
Doctors and scans are not infallible.
No they are not, but they are pretty accurate. Put it this way, I would rather trust the advice given to me by a doctor, than hope to be maybe the 1 in 500,000 who defies the odds.
The ruling PiS and opposition PO voted to reject the abortion ban in committee. Tomorrow the Sejm will do likewise.
Do you have a link to this? I haven't been able to find anything in mainstream sources about it.