WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING…
With the deVeber Institute this summer I learned the importance of critical research through the updating of Complications with Dr. Gentles, and I was able to align my studies in university with the Institute through the process of creating a prenatal testing resource for expecting mothers.
It is symposiums such as these that allow healthcare practitioners and trainees to engage in conversations that are non-existent in day-to-day practice.
An informative, thought provoking and valuable symposium pertaining to sanctity of life; life we could collectively support, enhance and cherish.
What an awesome way to spend a Friday afternoon! Amazing and informative speakers! Honestly, I think ending people’s life as a response to suffering is just bad health care.
Your donation helps people like me: young medical professionals who are looking for the facts and evidence on the medical effects of abortion.
Finally, there is a credible, evidence-based resource to inform medicine, psychology, and law. Moreover, the science is now available in a condensed and easily accessible form to women facing difficult pregnancies and coping with the ill-effects of the procedure.
The deVeber Institute helps put values into practice.
Research facts carry validity and connect with people, and it’s time the true picture was no longer hidden…I am profoundly thankful for what the deVeber Institute is doing.
I am an annual donor to the deVeber Institute because of their excellent research and courageous, evidence-based stance for the preservation of life at all stages of the human life cycle. As a family physician attempting to resist the prevailing winds of our times, I am grateful for their commitment.
The recent deVeber symposium One Year Later: The Aftermath of Assisted Suicide in Canada provided me with a day to be immersed in learning about the fallout of euthanasia in Canada – what happened, what the law is and what the implications are. It was a comprehensive way to learn a lot in just one afternoon from a variety of excellent speakers. Although the content was sobering, there was a spirit of serenity and fellowship throughout the day.