Chuck Colson asks, “Can we re-define ‘family’ and the relationship between parents and children?” He says we can–but not without consequences.
More good news from the BBC on using a person’s own stem cells for treatment.
The BBC has more exciting news using adult stem cells! In this report, “UK researchers are launching a study into the potential of using a person’s stem cells to treat
Mark Pickup, in his latest post, strongly disagrees with the MS Society and its support of embryonic stem cell research.
John Smeaton, in his latest blog post, tells us that a story in the Telegraph about “‘a cheap blood test that could allow doctors to check unborn children for Down’s syndrome’ is arguably
Join us in Green Bay, Wisconsin, to hear noted bioethicist Wesley J. Smith give the keynote address at 2010 National LFL Conference. His latest book, A Rat is a Pig is a Dog
Chuck Colson, in this Breakpoint commentary, asks “Is it possible that a tool for preventing disease could become a tool from preventing unwanted babies?”
Peter Singer is at again, says Charles Colson, in his latest “BreakPoint” commentary. “How can we reduce the suffering of future generations? Well one famous ethicist has an idea.”
The Associated Press, on MSNBC, reports that Italian researchers have developed a procedure that has restored sight in 75 percent of patients.
Patrick Lee and Robert P. George, in National Review Online, say “Yes, at fertization, gametes cease to be and a new organism takes their place.”