An international symposium on maternal healthcare in Dublin has concluded that abortion is never medically necessary to save the life of a mother.
Eamon O’Dwyer, professor emeritus of obstetrics and gynaecology at NUI Galway and a conference organizer, said its outcome would provide “clarity and confirmation” to doctors and legislators dealing with these issues.
The symposium was organised by the Committee for Excellence in Maternal Healthcare, chaired by Prof O’Dwyer. Other members of the committee include Dr. John Monaghan, Dr. John Greene and palliative care nurse specialist Sinéad Dennehy.
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