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Colon Grown with Adult Stem Cells

Colon Grown with Adult Stem Cells

17 March 2020

Author: Troy Lacey and Avery Foley on August 2, 2017 Source: https://answersingenesis.org/sanctity-of-life/stem-cells/colon-grown-adult-stem-cells/ A recent ScienceDaily article highlighted groundbreaking research from the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.1 Cincinnati Children’s, located just north of...

3rd in a row....

3rd in a row....

20 February 2020

The ART Bill has come in close succession after the Surrogacy Bill 2019 and the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Amendment Bill 2020. The ART Bill is intended to be a...

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks'

18 March 2017

'The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks' will be shown in HBO channel on April 22 at 8PM. Those dealing with biological samples should watch this to understand ethical implications involved.

NIPT: A new test for pregnant women What the government and other people need to think about-2017

17 March 2017

Who are we? We are called the Nuffield Council on Bioethics. We give the government and other people advice about important things. What is this report about? There is a...

Bioethicists have called for a ban on using a new pre-natal test to determine the sex of a baby

Bioethicists have called for a ban on using a new pre-natal test to determine the sex of a baby

07 March 2017

Published: March 3rd, 2017 Bioethicists have called for a ban on using a new pre-natal test to determine the sex of a baby, because it may lead to more 'gender-abortions'....

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