1 hr 17 min

Ep 2 | From Killing Doctor To Healing Doctor w/Dr. John Bruchalski Exclusives with Lila Rose

    • Society & Culture

With every pregnancy, there are two patients - the mother and her preborn child. Dr. John Bruchalski shares his own story of how a physician who committed abortion came to question the medical status quo and pioneer an approach to reproductive medicine that respects female fertility and the dignity of preborn children.

"Eight inches from my hand, I'm ending the life of the most innocent of our human family."

"Health is relational. It's about sacrificially relational. It's how doctors used to be with their patients - going the extra mile, making the house call, caring for the whole person, and helping them despite their obstacles to healthcare. It's more than compensation. It's much more, actually. Health is relational. Medicine is an act of mercy. You hate the disease but love the patient. You don't get rid of diseases by getting rid of people with those diseases. And by collaboration and cooperation, we can create communities where abortion is unwantable and children are welcomed and fertility and family are respected."

"We have truth on our side. That's the most important thing. And we have science... I do believe that the truth of the ultrasound, the truth of medicine, the truth of fetal surgery will eventually catch on."

Live Action Exclusives are hosted by Live Action founder and president Lila Rose



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With every pregnancy, there are two patients - the mother and her preborn child. Dr. John Bruchalski shares his own story of how a physician who committed abortion came to question the medical status quo and pioneer an approach to reproductive medicine that respects female fertility and the dignity of preborn children.

"Eight inches from my hand, I'm ending the life of the most innocent of our human family."

"Health is relational. It's about sacrificially relational. It's how doctors used to be with their patients - going the extra mile, making the house call, caring for the whole person, and helping them despite their obstacles to healthcare. It's more than compensation. It's much more, actually. Health is relational. Medicine is an act of mercy. You hate the disease but love the patient. You don't get rid of diseases by getting rid of people with those diseases. And by collaboration and cooperation, we can create communities where abortion is unwantable and children are welcomed and fertility and family are respected."

"We have truth on our side. That's the most important thing. And we have science... I do believe that the truth of the ultrasound, the truth of medicine, the truth of fetal surgery will eventually catch on."

Live Action Exclusives are hosted by Live Action founder and president Lila Rose



Follow Live Action:


Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liveactionorg/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liveaction

Twitter: https://twitter.com/liveaction

Follow Lila Rose:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lilaroseofficial

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lilagracerose

Twitter: https://twitter.com/lilagracerose

1 hr 17 min

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