Monthly Archives: October 2011

Organ transplants after euthanasia

Study reveals that Organs Harvested from Euthanasia Patients make better transplants A chilling study by doctors in Belgium found that lungs from those who die by euthanasia are more suitable for transplant surgery than lungs taken from accident victims. The … Continue reading

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‘Medicine’ babies

Genetically Selected embryos to save siblings In February 2011, doctors in France announced that the country’s first ‘medicine baby’ was born. The baby was conceived through in-vitro fertilization, and the cells were screened in order to ensure that they could … Continue reading

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In-vitro fertilization

IVF linked to rare genetic disorders Dr. Weksberg who is a geneticist at the University of Toronto, has called for more study of the link between fertility treatment and certain rare genetic abnormalities. She notes that babies, who are born … Continue reading

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Baby Joseph’s story

Baby Joseph Maraachli, who was at the heart of a fierce medical care debate, died on Sept 27th. The little Ontario boy had a progressive neurological disease, and had just turned turned 20 months the week before. He died that Tuesday … Continue reading

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Abortion and cancer

‘Cancer Patients Do Not Need Abortion’ : Doctor An Irish Doctor insists that women who develop cancer during pregnancy can be treated safely without resorting to abortion. “The incidence of women who develop cancer while pregnant is, internationally, increasing. This … Continue reading

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Abortionist became pro-lifer

Abortionist turned pro-lifer, Bernard Nathanson passed away at the age of 84 on February 21, 2011. Bernard Nathanson, a leading abortionist in the 1970s who later converted to the pro-life cause, passed away at the age of 84. Nathanson co-founded … Continue reading

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