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Abby Lippman

Professor of Epidemiology

McGill University

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McGill University

3450 University St.

Montreal, Quebec,H3A 2A7

Canada

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truthcdm.com

Based on their study, Rail and study co-author Abby Lippman, a McGill University professor emeritus, published an op-ed article in Montreal's Le Devoir newspaper questioning the safety and benefits of human papillomavirus vaccines.


www.surrogatefundmanagement.com [cached]

Abby Lippman, a professor of epidemiology at McGill University, described surrogacy as a kind of biological colonialism.
"Surrogacy is not a solution to poverty," she said. Commodifying women's reproductive systems comes at a human cost, Lippman said. "She's paid for services she has rendered in growing that baby. In that sense, she has a major impact on the baby that is born, yet she is treated as having a minimal - if any - role during the process," Lippman said. "There's no dignity in the exchange."


www.surrogatefundmanagement.com

"Just like we don't pay for blood or semen, we don't pay for eggs or sperm or babies," said Abby Lippman, an emeritus professor at McGill University in Montreal who studies reproductive technology.
"There's a very general consensus that paying surrogates would commodify women and their bodies.


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Abby Lipman (McGill Professor)


www.rightoncanada.ca [cached]

ABBY LIPPMAN, PhD, Professor Emerita, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University, Montréal


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