The Conscience of the Pharmacist

John J Conley

Proceedings of the Sixteenth University Faculty for Life Conference
Proceedings of the University Faculty for Life

Recent legal efforts to force pharmacists to distribute potentially abortifacient drugs constitute a violation of conscience. This campaign of coercion violates religious freedom, professional deontology, and the right to refuse even material cooperation in acts of grave evil.

Conley JJ. The Conscience of the Pharmacist. In: Koterski JW editors. Proceedings of the UFL Life and Learning Conference XVII. 2007;431-437.

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