Monthly Archives: June 2013

Medical treatments Use Patients’ Own Stem Cells

A girl born without a windpipe has received a new one grown from stem cells—not embryonic stem cells, but her own. According to Lindsey Tanner’s April 30th Associated Press article “Canadian-Korean girl, 2, is youngest ever to get windpipe from … Continue reading

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Legalizing Euthanasia and Assisted suicide Would Affect Society not just Individuals

  The deaths of two Canadian women made headlines in recent months: the February suicide of Ruth Goodman, a Vancouver social activist who supported the legalization of assisted suicide; and the physician-assisted suicide in Switzerland in April of Susan Griffiths, … Continue reading

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