網頁圖片
PDF
ePub 版

Page
441

443

452

474

487

534

537

564

256

July 24, 1974
Hunt, Mrs. Mary, president, Indiana Right to Life, South Bend, Ind.
Chamblee, Dr. Roland, obstetrician-gynecologist, in private practice, South

Bend, Ind.
Colliton, Dr. William F., Jr., obstetrician-gynecologist, in private practice,

Silver Spring, Md..
Godfrey, Dr. William J., obstetrician-gynecologist, in private practice,

Elizabethtown, Ky--
Hilgers, Dr. Thomas W., obstetrician-gynecologist, chief resident in ob-

stetrics and gynecology, Mercy Hospital, Toledo, Ohio..
Greene, Dr. John W., Jr., professor and chairman, Department of Ob-

stetrics and Gynecology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky-
Johnson, Dr. Frank, obstetrician-gynecologist, assistant director, division

of Public Health, Marion County, Ind..

Laufe, Dr. Leonard, obstetrician-gynecologist, chief of obstetrics and gyne-

cology, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Levi, Dr. Michael M., obstetrician-gynecologist, medical director, OB/GYN

Associates, New York, N.Y.--

WITNESS ALPHABETICALLY

Barno, Dr. Alex, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, University of

Minnesota, Minneaspolis, Minn.

Berstein, Dr. Irving, clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology and

clinical professor of psychiatry, University of Minnesota Hospital,

Minneapolis, Minn...

Biggers, Dr. John D., professor of physiology, Laboratory of Human

Reproduction and Reproductive Biology, Harvard University School

of Medicine, Boston, Mass.-

Bowes, Dr. Watson A., Division of Perinatal Medicine, University of

Colorado, Boulder, Colo..

Chamblee, Dr. Roland, obstetrician gynecologist, in private practice, South

Bend, Ind..

Colliton, Dr. William F., Jr., obstetrician-gynecologist, in private practice,

Silver Spring, Md.

Czarnecki, Dr. Dorothy, obstetrician-gynecologist, Philadelphia, Pa..

Edelman, Dr. Gerald M., professor, Rockefeller University, New York,

N.Y.

Godfrey, Dr. William J., obstetrician-gynecologist, in private practice,

Elizabethtown, Ky---

Greene, Dr. John W., Jr., professor and chairman, Department of Ob-

stetrics and Gynecology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky----
Hartle, Ms. Mary, Minneapolis, Minn.
Hellegers, Dr. Andre E., professor of obstetrics and gynecology, George-

town University Hospital, Washington, D.C...

Hilgers, Dr. Thomas W., obstetrician-gynecologist, chief resident in ob-

stetrics and gynecology, Mercy Hospital, Toledo, Ohio..

Horrobin, Dr. Margaret, assistant professor, Department of Pediatrics,

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn...

Hunt, Mrs. Mary president, Indiana Right to Life, South Bend, Ind...

Johnson, Dr. Frank, obstetrician-gynecologist, assistant director, Division

of Public Health, Marion County, Ind-

Katz, Mrs. Kay Jacobs, National Capitol Tay-Sachs Foundation, Silver

Spring, Md.

Laufe, Dr. Leonard, obstetrician-gynecologist, chief of obstetrics and gyne-

cology, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa----

Lebensohn, Dr. Zigmond M., chief, Department of Psychiatry, Sibley

Memorial Hospital and clinical professor of psychiatry, Georgetown

University Medical School, Washington, D.C.-

Lejeune, Prof. Jerome, professor of fundamental genetics, Medical College

of Paris, Paris, France.

Levi, Dr. Michael M., obstetrician-gynecologist, medical director, OB/GYN

Associates, New York, N. Y

Liley, Dr. Albert W., KCMG, Post Graduate School of Obstetrics and

Gynecology, University of Auckland, National Women's Hospital, Auck-
land, New Zealand -

534
327

105

291

441

318

210

218

Page
391

408

1

125

252

694

845

468

796

183

660

695

Nigro, Dr. Samuel, assistant professor of child psychiatry, Case Western

Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospital of

Cleveland, Ohio..
Prescott, Dr. James W., health scientists administrator and developmental

neuropsychologist, National Institute of Child Health and Human Devel-
opment, Bethesda, Md.--
Tietze, Dr. Christopher, senior consultant, The Population Council, New

York, N.Y.--
Tyler, Dr. Carl, chief, Family Planning Evaluation Division, Bureau of

Epidemiology, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Ga.
Zinder, Dr. Norton, professor of genetics, Rockefeller University, New
York, N.Y.

ADDITIONAL MATERIAL AND STATEMENTS
Anderson, Ms. Donna M., chairman, legislative committee, Minnesota

Public Health Association, Inc., letter to Senator Birch Bayh, Mar. 5,

1974..
Armstrong, Dr. James H., M.D., Kalispell, Mont., letter to Senator Lee

Metcalf, Sept. 27, 1974..
Auerback, Stuart, "Abortions: Now It's Big Business,” The Washington

Post, Jan. 10, 1971.
Barnett, Ms. Margery, "530 2nd Trimester Abortions Done Safely,"

Medical Tribune and Medical News, May 1, 1974.
Barno, Dr. Alex, M.D., "Criminal Abortion Deaths, Illegitimate Preg-

nancy Deaths, and Suicides in Pregnancy,” Reprinted from American

Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol. 98, No. 3, June 1, 1967.---
Benjamin, Dr. Robert B., M.D., chairman, medical advisory committee,

Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn., Letter to

Senator James O. Eastland, Mar. 6, 1974.-
Berg, Ms. Rachel, Dr. Rose Middleman, M.D., and Ms. Patricia G.

Miller, Pittsburgh, Pa., letter to Senator Birch Bayh, Mar. 5, 1974.--.
Bodensteiner, J. B., and H. Zellweger, “Mongolism Preventable by

Amniocentesis, An Appraisal of the Genetic Considerations," Clinical

Pediatrics, vol. 10, No. 10, October 1971.
Bolter, Dr. Sidney, M.D., "The Psychiatrist's Role in Therapeutic Abor-

tion: The Unwitting Accomplice,” American Journal of Psychiatry,

October 1962.--
Brennan, Dr. John J., M.D., president, National Federation of Catholic

Physicians' Guilds, Milwaukee, Wis., letter to Senator Birch Bayh,

May 15, 1974..
Bulfin, Dr. Matthew J., President, American Association of Pro-Life

Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Fla., letter

to Senator Birch Bayh, Apr. 18, 1974..
Burrows, Charles W., Chaplain, Lakeland General Hospital, Lakeland,

Fla., letter to Senator Birch Bayh, Apr. 18, 1974.
Butler, Dr. Julius C., Jr., M.D., assistant professor, obstetrics and gynecol-

ogy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn., letter to Senator

Birch Bayh, Apr. 3, 1974..
California Medicine, "A New Ethic for Medicine and Society,” editorial,

vol. 113, No. 3, September 1970.-
Clinical Psychiatry News, "The Childbearing Attitudes of Today's

‘Modern Woman',” June, 1974..
Colliton, Dr. William F., Jr., M.D., Silver Spring, Md., letter to Senator

Birch Bayh, Aug. 5, 1974.-
Connor, Michael J., "Liberal Abortion Law Proves to be a Bonanza for

New York Doctors," Wall Street Journal, June 1, 1971.
Contraceptive Technology, 1973–1974, the Emory University family

planning program, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Emory
University,

School of Medicine, Atlanta, Ga----
Crossen, Dr. Philip S., M.D. Lexington, Ky., letter to Senator Birch Bayh,

Apr. 9, 1974.
Crow, Dr. James F., Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.,

Statement for hearing record, May 31, 1974.-
Darvill, Dr. F. T., M.D., Mount Vernon, Wash., letter to Senator Birch

Bayh, Apr. 20, 1974..

750

344

830

797

998

748

792

348

695

470

599

835

592

790
Page
709

806

807

991

794

Diamond, Milton, James A. Palmore, Roy G. Smith, and Patrcia G.

Steinhoff, “Abortion in Hawaii,” reprinted from Family Planning Per-
spectives, vol. 5, No. 1, Winter 1973.
Diamond, Milton, Ph. D., Roy G. Smith, M.D., James A. Palmore, Jr.,

Ph. D., and Patricia G. Steinhoff, Ph. D., Honolulu, Hawaii, letter to
Senator Hiram Fong, Nov. 19, 1973-
Diamond, Milton, Patricia G. Steinhoff, James A. Palmore and Roy G.

Smith, “Sexuality, Birth Control and Abortion: A Decision-Making

Sequence,” Journal of Biosocial Science (1973) --

Eisenberg, Howard, “The Mad Scramble for Abortion Money," Medical

Economics, Jan. 4, 1971.-

Engelhardt, Dr. H. Tristram, Jr., Ph. D., M.D., “The Beginnings of

Personhood: Philosophical Considerations,” Perkins Journal, vol. 27,

No. 1, Fall 1973-

Engelhardt, Dr. H. Tristram, Jr., Ph. D., M.D., “Viability, Abortion,

and the Difference Between a Fetus and an Infant,” reprinted from

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol. 116, No. 3,

June 1, 1973.-

Fischman, S. H., M.D., Batt, P. A. Boone, J. W. Tease and D. P. Swartz,

"Education for Family Planning in a Municipal Hospital: A 24-Month

Retrospective Study of the Program In Harlem Hospital Center, New

York," from Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Ameri-

can Association of Planned Parenthood Physicians, San Francisco,

April 1969..

Flowe, Dr. Robert, M.D., Gary, Ind., letter to Senator Birch Bayh, Apr. 5,

1974.

Greenhill, Dr. J. B., M.D., “Obstetrics,” W. B. Saunders Co., Philadeplhia

and London, 1960, quote from p. 319-

Halleck, Dr. Seymour L., M.D., article on abortion from Medical Opinion,

December 1971.-

Hardin, Dr. Garrett, Ph. D., professor of human ecology, University of

California, Santa Barbara, Calif., statement for hearing

record..

Hayasaka, Dr. Yokichi, Dr. Hideó Toda, Fr. Anthony Zimmerman, SVD,

Ďr. Tasuke Ueno, and Dr. Mineko Ishizaki, “Japan's 22 Year Experi-

ence with A Liberal Abortion Law," paper presented at the XIIth

International Congress of the F.I.A.M.C., International Federation of

Catholic Medical Associations, Washington, D.C., October 11-14, 1970.-

Hilgers, Dr. Thomas W., M.D., “Induced Abortion, A Documented Re-

port,” 2d ed., January 1973.
Hilgers, Dr. Thomas W., M.D., “The Intrauterine Device: Contraceptive

or Abortifacient?", Marriage and Family Newsletter, vol. 5, Nos. 1, 2, 3,

1974.-

Hilgers, Dr. Thomas W., M.D., Toledo, Ohio, letter to Senator Birch

Bayh, Aug. 3, 1974..

Iowa City Press-Citizen, “UI Pediatrician Recommends Abortion in High

Risk Pregnancies," June 30, 1971.

Jenks, Dr. Paul C., M.D., Waterloo, N. Y., letter to Senator Birch Bayh,

Apr. 29, 1974.

Johnson, Dr. Wendel J., “Positive Aspects of Abortion Reform,” May 23,

1974.

Josimovich, Dr. John B., M.D., professor of obstetrics and gynecology,

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., letter to Senator Birch Bayh,

May 6, 1974.

Krauss, Dr. Ruth H., M.D., Seattle, Wash., letter to Senator Birch Bayh,

Apr. 19, 1974..
Lejeune, Jerome, “On the Nature of Man," the William Allan memorial

award lecture, presented at the meeting the American Society of

Human Genetics, San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 2-4, 1969..
Liley, A. W., "The Foetus as a Personality," Australian and New Zealand

Journal of Psychiatry, 6:99, 1972..
Manner, Beverly, M.S.W., M.P.H., "What Price Tag on Abortions?,"

Pacific Health, Vol. III, 1970.-
Medical World News, "Abortion in Japan after 25 Years," Nov. 9, 1972...
Medical World News, "What Happens when Abortion is Available on

Demand," Nov. 3, 1972---
Minnesota maternal mortality study, tables 1-XII, submitted by Dr.

Alex Barno, Minneapolis, Minn.-

847

499

836

795

225

230

783
467

464

196
Page

400

794

591

999

596

838

830

596

Mosely, Dr. W. Henry, M.D., chairman and professor, Department of

Population Dynamics, School of Hygiene and Public Health, the Johns
Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., letter to Senator Birch Bayh,

May 20, 1974.

Nigro, Dr. Samuel A., M.D., “A Scientific Critique of Abortion as a Medi-

cal Procedure," Psychiatric Annals, 2:9, September 1972-

Osofsky, Joy D., Ph. D., Howard J. Osofsky, M.D., and Renga Rajan,

M.D., "Psychological Effects of Abortion: With Emphasis Upon Im-

mediate Reactions and Followup," Harper and Row, 1973.

Palmer, Allen S., D.O., Bridgeton, Mo., letter to Senator Birch Bayb, Apr.

5, 1974.-

Patau, Klaus, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., statement for

inclusion in the hearing record, May 31, 1974.-

Prescott, Dr. James W., Ph. D., Report entitled “Abortion or the Un-

wanted Child: Issues in Child Abuse and Neglect.”.

Prescott, Dr. James W., Ph. D., "Before Ethics and Morality," The

Humanist, November/December 1972...

Raps, Marvin A., executive director, New York Service for the Handi-

capped, New York, N. Y., letter to Senator Birch Bayh, Feb. 21, 1974..
Reed, Ms. Dede, Anchorage, Alaska, letter to Senator Birch Bayh, July

5, 1974..
Rigg, Dr. C. Andrew, M.S., chairman, committee on legislation, Society
for Adolescent Medicine, Washington, D.C., letter to Senator Birch

Bayh, Mar. 8, 1974..

Riley, Dr. Harris D., Jr., M.D., professor of pediatrics, the University of

Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Okla., letter to

Senator Birch Bayh, June 24, 1974

Romney, Dr. Seymour L., M.D., New York State Coalition for Family

Planning, New York, N. Y., letter to Senator Birch Bayh, Feb. 14, 1974
Schanzer, Dr. Stephan N., M.D., clinical professor, University of Texas

School of Medicine at San Antonio, letter to Senator Birch Bayh. June 7,

1974..
Silverman, Dr. Mervyn F., M.D., Wichita, Kans., letter to Senator Birch

Bayh, Apr. 8, 1974

Simon, Dr. Nathan, M.D. and Audrey G. Senturia, B.A., "Psychiatric

Sequelai of Abortion,” Archives of General Psychiatry, vol. 15, No. 4,

October 1966..

Sklar, Ms. June, and Beth Berkov, “Abortion, Illigitimacy, and the Amer-

ican Birth Rate," Science, vol. 185, Sept. 13, 1974..
Smith, Mr. Jody Brant, "A Modified'Human Life Amendment Proposal,"

Statement submitted for the hearing record, Sept. 14, 1974.-

Smith, Roy G., M.D., Patricia G. Steinhoff

, Ph. D., James A. Palmore,

Ph. D., and Milton Diamond, Ph. D., “Abortion in Hawaii: 1970–71,"

Reprinted from the Hawaii Medical Journal, vol. 32, No. 4, July-

August 1973..

Smith, Roy G., M.D., Milton Diamond, Ph. D., Patricia G. Steinhoff,
Ph. D., and James A. Palmore, Jr., Ph. D., "Abortion in Hawaii: The First

“Report to the Legislature,” State of Hawaii, Jan. 24, 1972----

Smith, Roy G., M.D., "Abortion: Risk and Decision-Making,” Pacific

Health, vol. IV, 1971.

Smith, Roy G., M.D., “Changing Hawaii's Abortion Laws,” Pacific Health,

vol. III, 1970.-

Spen, Mr. Monroe, executive director, The Basic Foundation, Inc., Sara-

sota, Fla., letter to Senator Birch Bayh, Apr. 24, 1974.-
Stache, Dr. E. Gerard, M.D., Wantagh, N.Y., letter to Senator Birch

Bayh, Mar. 30, 1974.

Steinhoff, Patricia G. and Roy G. Smith, “Abortion Law Ideology and

Reality,” University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, October 1972-

Steinhoff, Patricia G., Roy

G. Smith, and Milton Diamond, "Characteris-

tics and Motivations of Women Receiving Abortions,” Sociological

Symposium, No. 8, Spring 1972.
Steinhoff, Patricia, Ph. D., "Pregnancy Decisions: Locating the Psycho-

logical Factors,” Pacific Health, vol. IV, 1971.

Swartz, D. P., and M. D. Paranjpe, M.D., “Abortion: Medical Aspects in

a Municipal Hospital,” Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine,

vol. 47, No. 8, August 1971...

835

799

840

Year,

700

831

846

725

Page
977

960

968

997

460

17

Swartz, D. P., M.D., “Abortion Services in a Municipal Hospital,” Paper

from proceedings of a Symposium on Abortion Techniques and Services,

New York, N. Y., June 3-5, 1971.
Swartz, Donald P., M.D., Young S. Cho, M.D. and Hiroko T. Felton,

M.D., “General Observations from Five Years of Use of Antifertility
Agents in a Public Hospital,” International Journal of Fertility, vol. 13,

No. 4, October-December 1968..
Swartz, D. P., M.D., T. H. Bullard, M.D., and H. T. Felton, M.D.
"The Introduction of Contraception in an Urban Public Hospital,

;}
Reprinted from American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol. 97,

No. 2, Jan. 15, 1967-.
Swartz, Donald P., M.D., professor and chairman, Department of Ob-

stetrics and Gynecology, the Albany Medical College of Union Uni-

versity, Albany, N.Y., letter to Senator Birch Bayh, Feb. 25, 1974.---

Taussig, Dr. Helen B., M.D., professor emeritus of pediatrics, the Johns

Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., Statement submitted for hearing

record..

Thimmesch, Mr. Nick, “The Abortion Culture," Newsweek, July 9,

1973..

Tietze, Dr. Christopher, M.D., and Deborah A. Da son, "Induced

Abortion: A Factbook," Reports on Population Family Planning,

No. 14, December 1973-

Tietze, Dr. Christopher, M.D. and Ms. Sarah Lewit, "Joint Program for

the Study of Abortion (JPSA): Early Medical Complications of Legal
Abortion,” Studies in Family Planning, vol. 3, No. 6, June 1972..-
Tietze, Dr. Christopher, M.Ď., "Selected Publications on Abortion,"

Bibliography, April 1974.

Tietze, Ďr. Christopher, M.D., "Two Years' Experience with a Liberal

Abortion Law: Its Impact on Fertility Trends in New York City,”

reprinted from Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 5, No. 1, Winter 1973.
Time, "Genetics for the Community," Sept. 13, 1971.
Time, “Valley of Horrors,” Aug. 5, 1974.--
Travers, Dr. John H., M.D., Rockville Centre, N. Y., letter to Subcom-

mittee on Constitutional Amendments, Apr. 20, 1974.

Tripodi, Dr. A. Albert, M.D., Syracuse, N. Y., letter to Senator Birch Bayh,

May 3, 1974..

Tyler, Dr. Carl W., Jr., M.D., supplement to statement, Apr. 25, 1974.-

U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Serv-

vice, Center for Disease Control, “Abortion Surveillance,” Annual

summary 1972, issued April 1974..

Welch, Dr. James E., M.D., Las Cruces, N. Mex., letter to Senator Birch

Bayh, June 10, 1974.

Wilson, George C., "A Profile in Courage, A Warning About DES,”

Washington Post, Washington, D.C., June 27, 1974.-
Wynn, Margaret, and Arthur Wynn, “Some Consequences of Induced

Abortion to Children Born Subsequently," Reprinted from Foundation

for Education and Research in Child Bearing, London, England, 1972.-
Zellweger, Dr. Hans, M.D., “Albert Schweitzer and Abortions,” Press

Release, Jan. 19, 1973.

Zellweger, Hans, M.D., Charles White, M.D., and Robert Kretzschmar,

M.D., "Prenatal Genetics and Cytogenetics,” reprinted from Journal

of Iowa Medical Society, September 1971.-

598

7
747
695

794

[ocr errors]

790

766

764

« 上一頁繼續 »