Moderna, Johnson Johnson, and Merck — front-runners in the COVID-19 race for a cure — are all manufacturing treatments tainted by abortion, but there are more ethical alternatives.
Babies unable to get emergency surgeries, services to women in labor shrinking, and a hospital in dire need of donations.
But a dozen more state bills, and thousands of recanting ‘transgenders,’ indicate the battle is far from over.
The US’ neighbor to the north extends euthanasia to the disabled and mentally ill, considers ‘advance directives’ to kill in case of mental decline.
Canadian Catholic politicians are divided on their ‘personal’ views regarding abortion or physician-assisted suicide, but it appears that the election outcome will have little impact on Canada’s laws about them.
Fatal blood clots, suicidal behavior, lowered IQs, brittle bones and sterility are just a few of the potential side effects of ‘puberty blockers’ that the transgender industry doesn’t want talked about.
The first-of-its-kind animal research of chemical abortion pill RU-486 points to ‘clear distress’ in aborted animals, but not those who miscarry.
Ethical adult stem cells have a proven track record of success. Why, then, asks researcher David Prentice, is the NIH still spending $250 million a year killing embryos?
The Trump administration is seeking alternatives to aborted fetuses for vaccine and virus researchers, but National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins recently backed such research.
Children and psychiatric patients appear to be next in line to be given the ‘right’ to be killed under Canada’s ‘medical assistance in dying’ protocols.