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University of Michigan Professor Lisa Harris will give online lecture on contested medical procedures
Stigma, Conscience, and Contested Medical Procedures Conscientious objection (CO) in healthcare provision is widely represented in discourse and in law as synonymous with opposition to contraception, sterilization or abortion. The pairing of “conscience” with opposition to family planning services is … Continue reading