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The discussion of women’s health is front and center in the discussion over the possibility that the Supreme Court may overturn Roe vs. Wade. Monday we’ll talk about women’s healthcare with Trisha Wilson, Executive Director of Pregnancy Resources. We will talk about the free services such as ultrasounds, and pregnancy tests, along with the emotional, spiritual, and physical helps that are provided to women and men in our community. Let’s go to the front lines of ministry and see how this local ministry is and will continue to affirm life and love all those who enter their care.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi recently remarked that the science has not changed since abortion became the law of the land in 1973. Dr. Tara Sander Lee responded to this statement with a memo to the Speaker that we discuss in this conversation. Dr. Tara Sander Lee is a Harvard-trained scientist and the director of life sciences at Charlotte Lozier Institute. She will talk about the incredible advances in ultrasound, the understanding of fetal pain, and the medical advances that make it possible to save extremely premature babies at earlier and earlier ages. Be listening for this fascinating discussion that will reveal how precious every life is and how we can see how fearfully and wonderfully made we are from the very beginning.
Tara Sander Lee, Ph.D. is the Senior Fellow and Director of Life Sciences at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, an organization dedicated to policies and practices that protect the sanctity of human life. She is a scientist with 20 years of experience in academic and clinical medicine with an emphasis on the cause of pediatric disease. She obtained a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the Medical College of Wisconsin and fellowship training at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Sander Lee was an appointed faculty member at the Medical College of Wisconsin for over 15 years, where she directed a research lab investigating congenital heart disease in children and served as Scientific Director of Molecular Diagnostics at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.