Results from Tag: 'bioethics'
The NCBC is opposed to mandated immunization for COVID-19, while also acknowledging that reception of the coronavirus vaccines is morally permissible.
Cardinal Cupich Reportedly ‘Leaning Hard’ on Bioethics Center to Retract Stance on COVID Vaccine Exemptions
The center’s statement added that the novelty of the coronavirus and its vaccines “leave several medical questions unanswered,” which can impede free and informed consent for some persons.
All three COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the United States have some connection to controversial cell lines derived from elective abortions decades prior.
The scientists manipulated male rats with transplanted uteruses to carry to term.
‘To experiment on human embryos that are up to 14 days old — extremely vulnerable human lives — is already a grave injustice and a form of exploitation,’ says U.K. scientist.
According to critics, such provisions amount to forced vaccinations that will violate privacy and civil liberties and undermine trust in public-health authorities.
BOOK PICK: University of Notre Dame professor O. Carter Snead argues for a public bioethics that encourages the desire ‘to make the good of others our own good.’
The bioethics center’s statement noted that as of Jan. 12, the patient’s food and water had been restored until an appeal of his case could be made to the European Court of Human Rights.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The bioethics bill recently adopted by the French Parliament could lead to changes in European civilization that experts say would be difficult to reverse.