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Pioneer warns of embryo factories

The title of this worrying article says it all.  ‘Pioneer warns of embryo factories.’  Human embryos have become a research commodity to be manipulated, edited and stored in laboratory freezers.  If the scientist, Jennifer Doudna, who developed the gene-surgery tool to alter early human embryos, is herself worried, then we should surely be absolutely terrified. […] Read more

The morning-after pill sold for less than £5 by a UK website

Josephine Quintavalle: “These are really serious drugs – it worries me that even regardless of the moral issues, selling at these prices and without proper consultation is misleading women into thinking this is routine contraception, and something that can be treated casually”. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/14/rows-women-advised-stock-499-morning-after-pill/ Bruno Mozzanega, gynecologist and professor at the University of Padova, Italy, has […] Read more

La nuova bussola quotidiana: Convegno a Milano sul mercato della maternita’

Di Ettore Gotti Tedeschi Giovedi 28 settembre dalle 15 alle 19 alla Biblioteca Ambrosiana a Milano si terrà un convegno internazionale organizzato da CORE (Comment on Reproductive Ethics) che è una delle   maggiori organizzazioni pro-life inglesi (fondata da Josephine Quintavalle). Il titolo è “Il triste mercato della maternità moderna”. Parteciperanno, oltre agli organizzatori, monsignor […] Read more