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Five Canadian Teaching Physicians Comment on Advances in Non-Blood Medical Treatment

In a recent interview, five notable medical educators shared their experiences in implementing non-blood medical treatment.

Five Canadian Teaching Physicians Comment on Advances in Non-Blood Medical Treatment

In a recent interview, five notable medical educators shared their experiences in implementing non-blood medical treatment.

RUSSIA

Russia Confiscates Former Branch Property

Prior to the St. Petersburg City Court appeal, a journalist, a religious expert, and two attorneys expose the injustice of Russia’s confiscation of the former branch property.

ITALY

Interview of Luca P. Weltert, M.D.

“There has been a distinct shift toward less transfusions—and not just in regard to Witness patients, of course, but all over the world—because there is increasing evidence that reduced transfusions means a better outcome.”

ITALY

Interview of Professor Massimo P. Franchi, M.D.

“In my professional career, I thank Jehovah’s Witnesses. They made a traditional doctor like myself consider the possibility and importance of reducing the use of blood.”

ITALY

Interview of Professor Antonio D. Pinna, M.D.

“I don’t think we can make a differentiation on religious grounds. There are even patients that are not Witnesses that don’t want blood transfusion.”

RUSSIA

Russia’s Supreme Court Rules Against Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Witnesses will appeal the ruling to liquidate the Administrative Center of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia.

RUSSIA

Day Five of Russian Supreme Court Case: Decade of Witnesses’ Legal Challenges Reviewed

Attorneys for Russia’s Ministry of Justice remained unable to specify a legal basis for liquidating the Administrative Center of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia.

RUSSIA

Further Arguments Presented on Day Four of Russian Supreme Court Case

Attorneys for the Ministry of Justice were unable to identify the specific legal basis for liquidating the Administrative Center of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia.

RUSSIA

On Third Day of Russian Supreme Court Case, Jehovah’s Witnesses Present Testimony

Four of Jehovah’s Witnesses presented key arguments against the claims by the Ministry of Justice.

RUSSIA

Russia’s Supreme Court Begins High-Profile Case Against Jehovah’s Witnesses

The hearing is scheduled to resume Thursday, April 6, 2017.

UNITED STATES

Jehovah’s Witnesses Open American Sign Language Translation Office in Florida

Jehovah’s Witnesses moved their American Sign Language (ASL) translation team to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, a city with a larger and more diverse population of ASL users.

ARMENIA

Armenia Releases Conscientious Objectors

How did a historic legal case culminate in the release of these Witnesses?