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Reproductive Technology - John M. Haas

Infertility is a growing problem in the United States. And in true American fashion, there has been a corresponding growth in a “reproductive technologies industry” to provide a solution.  Email This Article

Scientific Breakthroughs - Robert P. George

National Review Online Editor Kathryn Lopez recently asked Robert P. George, a member of the President's Council on Bioethics, to talk a little about the future of stem-cell research and some of the heated rhetoric surrounding the issue.  Email This Article

Seeking an Ethical Option to Embryonic Stem Cell Research - Rev. Thomas Berg, L.C.

There might be an ethically acceptable alternative for obtaining embryonic stem cells, says a bioethicist.  Email This Article

Should I Have a Living Will? - Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk

Many people believe they can exercise better control over their own destiny by filling out a living will (also called an "advance directive.")  Email This Article

Soulless Clones and Spineless Men - Fr. Tad Pacholczyk

People are intrigued and repulsed by the idea of cloning humans.  Email This Article

Stem Cell Miracle? - Charles Krauthammer

It has just been demonstrated that stem cells with enormous potential can be harvested from amniotic fluid. This is a revolutionary finding.   Email This Article

Stem Cell Research - Fr. William Saunders

Recently, there has been a lot of controversy over stem cell research. Even the late President Reagan’s son, Ron, gave a speech at the Democratic convention approving stem cell research. John Kerry recently has been giving speeches endorsing stem cell research. What do we, as Catholics, believe about this?  Email This Article

Stem cell research? Yes, but not embryonic kind - Lori Janeski

"So, Lori, if someone came up with a cure for diabetes using embryonic stem cells, would you take it?"  Email This Article

Stem Cells without Embryos - Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk

Two years ago, a letter was released on the Ethics and Public Policy website that dealt with making embryonic stem cells without destroying human embryos.  Email This Article

Stem Cells Without Moral Corruption - Eric Cohen & Robert P. George

Congress can give research a boost without supporting the misuse of human embryos.  Email This Article

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