“Jehovah’s Witnesses have led us to be extremely cautious with the use of blood through good patient preparation, careful selection of the patient, careful management in the operating room with all the available blood conservation methods, and management of anemia prior to surgery.”
In a recent interview, five notable medical educators shared their experiences in implementing non-blood medical treatment.
On August 30, 2018, South Korea’s Supreme Court will hold a public hearing to consider the Constitutional Court’s direction to make provision for conscientious objectors.
Traditionally, blood transfusions have been considered harmless and the only life-saving medical treatment option for patients undergoing complex medical or surgical procedures. This assumption was challenged by many of the conference speakers.
Appeal to begin in Saint Petersburg City Court against a ruling to confiscate Jehovah’s Witnesses’ former national office in Russia.
Prior to the event, Witnesses around the world will participate in a global campaign to invite the general public to attend the program free of charge.