All posts tagged ethics

Stem Cells
August 20, 2014, Comments Off

By Gene Tarne Researchers using ethically uncontroversial induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) have achieved what appears to be a major breakthrough in understanding the origin and development of Down syndrome, …


Thailand Moves to Reform Law following Surrogacy Cases Gone Awry

August 13, 2014, Comments Off

By Genevieve Plaster Last week, Thailand officials announced a reform of its surrogacy legislation by way of a newly drafted bill that would ban comme ...


Improving Joyful Lives: Society’s Response to Difference and Disability

July 2, 2014, Comments Off

By Mark Bradford, President of the Jérôme Lejeune Foundation USA.  For more information about the Jérôme Lejeune Foundation please visit their we ...

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Cloning is Cloning is Cloning

June 17, 2014, Comments Off

(Click here for full PDF version of this report.) By Gene Tarne Introduction A flurry of recent developments in the area of human cloning provides an ...

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    Anniversaries and Obamacare
    November 6, 2013, No comments

    by Keiren C. Smith, M.D., November 4, 2013 Today is the one-year anniversary of the big surgery: 78-pound, five-foot-tall “M’, 87 years old and a feisty New York native, was ...

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    A Human Right to End Life?
    October 21, 2013, No comments

    By Nora Sullivan On Tuesday of this week, the European Parliament will vote on a measure that classifies abortion as a fundamental human right. The measure was scheduled for a ...