Entries Tagged ‘Nature’

Jivin J’s Life Links 10-7-09

by National Review has an editorial in response to a Nature editorial which argues for changing the definition of death to include individuals who aren’t dead but “who will never again be the person(s) (they were)” to increase organ donations: The deeper flaw with the proposal is that it is grossly immoral, an attempt to […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 6-01-09

by Daily Kos diarist has posted a transcript of late-term abortionist Warren Hern blaming Tiller’s death on the anti-abortion movement and comparing it to the Taliban during an MSNBC interview: This was not an act of a lone deranged gunman, this is a result of 35 years of relentless and merciless anti -abortion harassment, violence, […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 3-26-09

by President’s Council on Bioethics have published a statement clarifying President Obama‘s stem cell decision and correcting various errors in his statements on stem cell research. Have a problem with abortion? Don’t become an OB/GYN. UCLA law professor Julie Cantor argues in a New England Journal of Medicine editorial (emphasis mine): Medicine needs to embrace […]

Repeating: Embryonic stem cells are yesterday’s science

I Jivin J reported this morning on something I think bears repeating. A Canadian research team discovery that actually predated the aforementioned is finally getting headlines, thanks to a paper published March 1 in Nature, as reported by the

IVF 30 years later

The 1st test tube baby, July 17 issue of Nature takes a look at the next 30 years of IVF: Already, modern societies are entering an era of personalized genetics…. True… no embryo will have the perfect genetic future. But these techniques could allow parents to create a top-5 wish-list of the characteristics they most […]

  

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