Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Premature baby allowed to die in a hospital in England, while mother watched

This is from an email I received from Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life. It is outrageous and is the kind of thing we could expect to see more of even in America if the "health care reform" is passed without explicit language against coverage of abortions. As Fr. frank wrote:

"If Congress passes "health care reform" without explicit protections for vulnerable human beings,

...it will institutionalize the culture of death in America!
Have you heard about Sarah Capewell and her son Jayden? You need to because their story is the story of what could happen to countless thousands of tiny boys and girls in America.

Not long ago Jayden Capewell was born prematurely at a hospital in Gorleston, England. At the time of his birth he was but 21 weeks, five days old and weighed just a few ounces.

But rather than give Jayden the medical care he needed in order to live - or even transfer him to a hospital that could take care of him - the doctors and nurses did nothing to help him because little Jayden was TWO DAYS under the limit set by the British government's National Health Service (NHS) rationing guidelines.You can just picture Jayden's mother frantically crying out for someone to help her baby. But no one did.

So for two hours Sarah rocked her tiny little boy ... until he finally died in her arms.

Make no mistake:

That scene will be repeated in hospitals all across America if health care reform passes without significant revisions!"

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