The American Association of Pro-Life OB-GYNs (AAPLOG) got kicked out of a major medical conference this week because its doctors oppose killing unborn babies in abortions, an association leader said Monday.
Dr. Christina Francis, an Indiana OB-GYN and incoming CEO of the medical association, said AAPLOG has had an exhibit at the annual CREOG OB/GYN medical education conference for the past 15 years.
However, when she arrived in Maryland for this year’s conference, Francis said she learned that their exhibit had been banned at the last minute.
“Despite multiple requests for an explanation as to why, the only explanation we’ve received is a vague explanation that we disagree with ACOG, presumably on the issue of abortion,” she said in a video outside the conference, posted on Twitter.
A project of the American College of OB-GYNs (ACOG), which is pro-abortion, the conference is for doctors who are educating the next generation of OB-GYNs. This year, it is being held in National Harbor, Maryland.
Francis said she believes ACOG banned their pro-life exhibit because their doctors tell patients the truth about how abortions harm women and kill babies.
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