Physicians For Life

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Physicians for Life is a Pro-life not-for-profit 501 (c)(3)organization that adheres to the Hippocratic Oath. In addition to speaking out against abortion, they stand against "euthanasia, stem cell research, cloning, infanticide, teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, out-of-wedlock sexual activity and for the medical merits of risk elimination through sexual abstinence." The Alabama organiation was established in 1986 and they distribute brochures throughout the USA. Their website includes many resources and current news events. Physicians for Life is available to all medical professionals, medical students and medical research organizations, not just physicians.

Atheist controlled communist China and doctors eating aborted baby flesh

See: Atheism, Chinese doctors and baby eating

Belief in God and American doctors (Physicians For Life is based in the U.S.)

See also: Atheism in medicine

The University of Chicago Chronicle reported in 2005:

The first study of physician religious beliefs has found that 76 percent of doctors believe in God and 59 percent believe in some sort of afterlife. The survey, performed by researchers at the University and published in the July issue of the Journal of General Internal Medicine, found that 90 percent of doctors in the United States attend religious services at least occasionally, compared to 81 percent of all adults. Fifty-five percent of doctors say their religious beliefs influence how they practice medicine.[1]

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  1. Survey on physicians’ religious beliefs shows majority faithful , University of Chicago Chronicle