One of the grave evils of the IVF industry is that ‘Rip Van Winkle’ human embryos are trapped in suspended animation.
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A recent study out of the University of Pittsburgh has highlighted the ongoing questions regarding the harvesting of fetal tissues for medical research.
Joseph Meaney, National Catholic Bioethics Center president, discusses what drew him to the field of bioethics and the work of the NCBC.
The legislation is part of a flood of new vaccine legislation that raises questions about religious and medical freedom and who is monitoring public health’s conscience.
In December, people at Disneyland were exposed to the measles virus, setting off a chain of infections that has now reached at least 87 people in seven states and Mexico.