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Defending life from the moment of conception

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  2. Jérôme Lejeune, quoted in Professor Jérôme Lejeune and Professor Sir Albert William Liley, The Tiniest Humans, editor Robert Sassone, 1977. Library of Congress No. 77-7681 1, p.69. The Tiniest Humans is composed from transcripts of testimonies given by Professors Lejeune and Liley to the Sub-Committee on Constitutional Amendments of the Committee on the Judiciary, US Senate, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session. 7 May 1974. and the Royal Commission on Contraception, Sterilisation and Abortion, New Zealand, 1977.
  3. Sir William Liley, quoted in The Tiniest Humans, as above, p. 16.
  4. Sir William Liley, quoted in The Tiniest Humans, as above. p.16.
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  7. "Earliest feelings help to develop the senses", New Scientist, 7 May 1987. reviewing the research of Maria Fitzgerald published in Nature. 9 April 1987. vol. 326, p. 603.
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  9. I.D. Hogg, "Sensory nerves and associated structures in the skin of human foetuses of 8 to 14 weeks of menstrual age correlated with functional capability". Journal of Comparative Neurology (1941), 75. 371-410.
  10. Peter McCullagh, The Fetus as Transplant Donor--Scientific, Social and Ethical Perspectives, John Wiley & Sons 1987. p. 132.
  11. ibid.
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  13. Sir William Liley. quoted in The Tiniest Humans, as above, p.31.
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  23. H.B. Valman and J.F. Pearson, op.cit.
  24. ibid.
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  26. Sir William Liley, quoted in The Tiniest Humans, as above, p.23.
  27. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Preterm Labour and its Consequences, 1985, p. 295.
  28. Sir William Liley, quoted in The Tiniest Humans, as above.
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