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Grazie P Christie MD
Abortion supporters say its OK to abort babies that aren't viable. But did you know that FETAL VIABILITY depends on geography and socio-economic status?
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CerebralLavage 30 Apr 19
Dr. Grazie was well catechized and obviously comes from an excellent family and backround.
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Grazie P Christie MD 30 Apr 19
What a lovely compliment!
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CerebralLavage 1 May 19
Replying to @GChristiemd
Dr. Grazie, I'm sure your medical responsibilities keep you very busy, but, if you were to do a video podcast I have to believe it would be very popular. Your zeal for Life and medical credentials would make you a must watch around the world.
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Grazie P Christie MD 1 May 19
Replying to @DevereMrs
Thank you! I'm working on it. Here is my YouTube channel, a work in progress so forgive the dust.
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Kriesha Britton 29 Apr 19
I don’t believe that human dignity/ worth is based on viability. I am pro-life. However, decisions about resuscitative &/or extraordinary measures are based on viability. This is why I think objective measures of viability should mandate med. assist for all born alive babies.
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Grazie P Christie MD 29 Apr 19
Absolutely! But supporters of late term abortion use lack of "viability" as a justification for abortion. Patently unjust, when you consider what exactly makes a baby viable.
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high plains canceled drifter 29 Apr 19
Replying to @GChristiemd
Doctor, perhaps one day I can share my and my husband’s story of our daughter’s diagnosis of Down syndrome - we accidentally found out prenatally- and the pressure to abort.
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Satiricus Rex 29 Apr 19
Replying to @GChristiemd
Considering how far removed they are from truth & intellectual honesty, Dominionists’ efforts to lie & deceive about late-term abortion have been exposed, disproven & discredited.
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Dr. V 29 Apr 19
Replying to @GChristiemd @YouTube
Dr. if you have a moment, please watch this video, as it establishes and clarifies the reason why I also believe it is very important for people to understand the complexity of the term "abortion/miscarriage." Thank you. via
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Anne Walter 30 Apr 19
Replying to @GChristiemd
Ectopic pregnancies fall into category called "secondary effect." W/o going into detail, the portion of the tube containing embryo may always be removed. Even the most pro-life agree. If science finds a method to move the baby from tube to uterus, that would change treatment.
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