Posts Tagged: Down Syndrome
Jeremy and Sarah Samek live outside of Pittsburgh and recently adopted a beautiful … Read more
On October 25, 2017, the House Appropriations Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Subcommittee, chaired by Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma, held a hearing on “Down Syndrome: Update on the State of the Science and Potential for Discoveries Across … Read more
October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month and this year Pennsylvanians have a simple and direct opportunity to express support for children with Down syndrome.
Nineteen State Senators, led by Senator Scott Martin (R-Lancaster) have sponsored Senate Resolution 174 (SR174), … Read more
Senator Scott Martin has now introduced a resolution – SR174 – to encourage support and respect for children and individuals with Down syndrome. Here are a few highlighted quotes along with video of the full press conference:“We should not… Read more
Today, while members of the State Senate stand to condemn the aborting of babies diagnosed with Down syndrome, Pennsylvania’s Governor joins the state’s largest abortion business – Planned Parenthood – for another photo-op.
Today, in the Philly Inquirer, our friends at Susan B. Anthony List in D.C. highlight a new report showing good news for those with Down syndrome – extended life span, other physical treatments to improve quality of life, etc. Read … Read more
By Chris Wetzel, PFI Intern
Like most prophets, Aldous Huxley is without honor in his own country. Eighty years ago, Huxley’s dystopian novel Brave New World warned of a future Britain where children are manufactured to precise specifications with fertilization … Read more
Choose Life!After you watch this, consider that upwards of 90% of Down Syndrome children diagnosed prenatally never see the light of day; and their parents never see the special light of their children’s lives, as these blessed parents did. World … Read more
Our recent banquet with Sarah Palin in Hershey left a great impression on many of the 1,100 in attendance. We’ve heard many positive comments and praise for the event. But I like this story the best, because it helps give … Read more