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Category Archives: Stem Cell
Two really unbelievable items: California Institute of Regenerative Medicine Awards Prize to Poem Equating Embryonic Stem Cell Research With Words of Jesus at the Last Supper And [Indian] Govt proposes womb banks to legalize surrogacy “Infertile couples don’t have to … Continue reading
Over at The Daily Beast, “Neurobiologist Maureen L. Condic investigates 11 common arguments in favor of embryonic stem-cell research, and explains why science may not need the controversial technique, after all.” Well worth reading.
Several members of the President’s Council on Bioethics have weighed in on the President’s Executive Order on Stem Cell Resarch. Although members of the President’s Council on Bioethics have been divided on this question and some of our colleagues disagree … Continue reading
I know the decision is a couple of weeks old at this point, but a ton of articles have recently come to my attention. John Kass in the Chicago Tribune, Stem cell policy shift brings a sinking feeling Christianity Today, … Continue reading
This one has slipped my notice. Thanks to MercatorNet for catching it. Was Clinton’s language deliberate or grossly uninformed? BTW, MercatorNet.com is definetly something you should be reading. Thoughtful, well-reasoned, winsome — bookmark it and/or subscribe to their updates immediately.
Clearly, I don’t agree with everything Krauthammer has to say: I am not religious. I do not believe that personhood is conferred upon conception. But I also do not believe that a human embryo is the moral equivalent of a … Continue reading