WHO DAT!..Christmas greetings from the medical school beside the New Orleans Saints’ home stadium of the Super Dome.
Fantastic news from New Orleans! The Louisiana State University Medical Students for Life hosted their first meeting December 1st, just three days before their first Christmas social at the New Orleans-famous Rock ‘N Bowl. I sat down with twelve medical students to forge the group’s vision and structure in the defense of every patient’s life. The President of the student government even joined us as a potential member as we met to create LSU-New Orleans’ first pro-life medical student group.
Three days later we met up with a Beatles band at Mid City Lanes’ Rock ‘N Bowl for a night of world-class music and dancing (and a quick study break!). These medical students’ dedication to every patient and their studies are demonstrating that they are committed to true healthcare, “8 Days a Week.” With the American medical status quo persisting of over 3,000 unborn children aborted daily, we are building the next generation of pro-life physicians who refuse to “Let it Be.”
We can expect great things from these students who are planning to join the student delegation at the nations’ first Medical Students for Life of America Conference this upcoming April 16th at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. LSU MSFL also committed to joining the first MSFLA National Speaking Tours—the Spring 2011 Bioethics Symposium—scheduled for this upcoming February and March. These students will join other future physicians from 12 medical schools across the U.S. to host a former abortionist turned pro-life OB-Gyn at lunch time presentations.
‘Who Dat’ gonna change U.S. medical care? LSU MSFL!..and our national network of MSFLA!