Researchers find an absence of regret in 97.5 percent of participants who continue a pregnancy in which the baby is “doomed to die.” With emphatic certainty, women report enhanced relationship with the baby, with themselves, and with family despite giving birth after lethal fetal diagnosis. Abortion does not have similar results.- Public Discourse Journal, 2019
The Washington Times, 2009
Charlotte Lozier Institute, 2012
Nancy Mayer-Whittington, 2007
Amy Kueblebeck and Deborah Davis, 2011
Sherokee Ilse, Revised Edition 2002
Noelle Andrew and Sheila Frascht, 2013
Angie Smith, 2010
Madeline P. Nugent, 2008
Amy Kueblebeck, 2003
Support for parents carrying to term after a poor prenatal diagnosis
Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death
Adoption services for children with Down Syndrome and other medical conditions
Support for families that have children with Down Syndrome
Provides the gift of pictures to families experiencing the death of a baby
Helps those involved in health care to understand how the moral teachings of the Catholic Church apply to developments in health care and the life sciences
A heartwarming message from 15 people with Down syndrome to a future mom
Beautiful video about Isaiah's Promise's co-founder Annalise "Cubby" LaHood and her mission to honor and love all people, especially the most vulnerable. Cubby passed from this life in 2015 after a long battle with cancer.
Proud mom Lacey made an inspiring video about her son Christian who was prenatally diagnosed with a rare condition.
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