So says Jonathan Imbody, Vice President for Government Relations at Christian Medical Association, in an op-ed in today’s Washington Times: The article “Clinic must release abortion data” (Nation, Thursday), which details a Kansas grand jury’s investigation of illegal late-term abortions, exposes the fact that abortion remains one of the most unregulated and unaccountable medical procedures […]
Sorrel Mason, age 2, had a rare cancer – acute myeloid leukemia – and had a 30% chance of survival. After a failed search across America and Europe to find a suitable bone marrow tissue donor, a partial match was finally found in umbilical stem cells from Japan. A bone marrow transplant was successfully performed […]
“It is human beings they are experimenting with,” says Countess Josephine Quintavalle, founder of Comment on Reproductive Ethics, regarding the creation of 3-parent embryos by scientists at Newcastle University, England. The new technique amounts to human cloning, using an embryo as a source of DNA. Newcastle scientists created 10 embryos using the DNA of 3 […]
In addition to the two whitepapers posted this morning (Idaho and Louisiana), the following whitepapers were posted this afternoon: Florida Hawaii Maryland Minnesota New Mexico This bring the number of state supreme court whitepapers now available at AULStateSupremeCourtProject.org to 47.
The Idaho and Louisiana supreme court whitepapers have just been posted at AULStateSupremeCourtProject.org. There are now 42 state supreme court whitepapers available. In addition, all of the state supreme court materials from Defending Life 2008 are now available: The Essential Role of State Supreme Courts in the World After Roe Summary Information on State Supreme […]