In today's Daily Refill: A new episode of Morning Jolt with Sr. Ignatia Hennebery from the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual
Doctor, Doctor · DD #172 - The Bitter Pill: The Economic Impact of Contraception Feature Interview (7:50) – Economist Dr. Tim Reichert
Breast cancer surgeon Dr. Angela Lanfranchi shares the truth about the latest breast cancer research, including the link between artificial contraception and abortion and increased risk of breast cancer.
Dr. William Stigall, pediatric intensive care physician and bioethicist at University of Dallas, shares arguments against using contraception based on scientific evidence including differences in how hormones work in male and female bodies, what studies show about how contraception negatively affects relationships between men and women.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was a Russian born author, an outspoken critic of Stalin and the Soviet Union during World War II, and gave insights into the medical world through his work "Cancer Ward". He won the 1970 Nobel Prize in Literature for the ethical force the pursued in his writing. This week celebrated the 100th anniversary of his birth.
Dr. Patrick Yeung, an OB/GYN from St. Louis, discusses so-called “medical use” or “non-contraceptive use” of oral contraceptives, especially whether the common practice makes medical or ethical sense.