Dermot Kearney

Dr Dermot Kearney was blocked from providing emergency life-saving treatment to unborn babies for women who regret taking the abortion pill.


Supported by the Christian Legal Centre, Dr Dermot Kearney, former President of the Catholic Medical Association (UK), is considering challenging a ruling that has prohibited him from providing life-saving treatment to unborn babies after their mothers have regretted taking the first abortion pill, Mifepristone.

Several women who received help from Dermot are speaking out, testifying to the care he gave them, in many instances resulting in the birth of a healthy baby.

Andrea Williams, chief executive of the Christian Legal Centre commented: “Here you have a doctor being prohibited from saving lives and providing women with first class professional support in a crisis. There is something very wrong going on when a medical doctor is prohibited from saving babies’ lives at a time when we are told we must do everything to save lives in response to coronavirus.”

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