Australia's largest abortion provider may be forced to shut

Australia's largest abortion provider may be forced to shut

Australia's largest abortion provider Marie Stopes Australia (MSA), which performs around 40,000 out of Australia's 70,000 to 80,000 abortions a year, may be forced to shut its doors due to a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE).

MSA has complained it only has about two weeks supply of surgical masks and hand sanitiser left, which are required for performing surgical abortions. 

The profit-making abortion giant has had orders for PPE canceled or refused because the supplies are required for frontline medical staff fighting the coronavirus pandemic. 

MSA’s chief executive has complained: "Many PPE suppliers do not consider abortion to be healthcare."  We couldn't agree more.

Very encouragingly, the Australian Government also has declined requests from MSA for PPE, suggesting instead that they go to Chemist Warehouse to try to purchase them there. 

Cherish Life applauds the Australian Government and wholesalers reserving PPE for true medical professionals who save lives and not abortionists. Additionally, elective surgery around Australia is being canceled, and since around 98% of abortions in Australia are for convenience, i.e. "elective surgery", it is only fair that they are canceled too.  

If MSA is forced to shut its doors, the lives of thousands of babies would be saved and their mothers rescued from the heartbreak of abortion.

It would be one good thing that has resulted from this terrible pandemic.