Fatal Foetal Abnormality is not a medical term, says Prof Jim Dornan

Professor Jim Dornan, a retired Obstetrician/Gynaecologist was a guest on the BBC NI television programme “The View” on 3rd December this year.

He was commenting on the judgement given by a NI Judge who stated that women in Northern Ireland should be permitted to have an abortion in cases of a Fatal Foetal Abnormality diagnosis, and in cases of pregnancies resulting from rape or incest.

Professor Dornan made it clear that he is not happy with the term “fatal foetal abnormality.” He also said that it (FFA) is not a medical term.

Yet, the pro-abortion lobby continually brainwash the public with their oft-repeated mantra of “fatal foetal abnormality” as if it were an accurate medical term. They know that their use of the word “fatal” will help their evil campaign for abortion on demand because it has “shock” value.

They are obviously not listening to Professor Dornan when he says that FFA is not a medical term and that the term used should be “foetal abnormality.”

We are glad that Prof.Dornan is distancing himself from the pro-abortion lobby’s use of the medically inaccurate FFA but we still don’t know where he stands on the abortion issue i.e is he in the pro-abortion camp or the pro-life camp?

His views are somewhat ambiguous because last December he was the guest speaker for the Medical Students for Choice group at Queen’s University Belfast, a pro-abortion group.

Click on the link below to hear Prof Dornan distance himself from the word “fatal” as in FFA. The particularly relevant section is found at 19 minutes 34 seconds in to the programme.


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