The most recent international laws relating to the status of the human embryo can be found in this chart referencing what has been established to date in the individual countries that have already engaged in this area of law. International Laws on the Human Embryo (Updated 30/7/14)
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Save the date: Giovedì 28 Settembre 2017 Milano - Convegno Il Triste Mercato Della Maternità Moderna
CONVEGNO: IL TRISTE MERCATO DELLA MATERNITA’ MODERNA Per la prima volta in Italia CORE cerchera’ di sensibilizzare l’opinione pubblica sulla realta’ dei vari aspetti della riproduzione assistita - in particolare la compra-vendita di ovuli e sperma, e l’affitto di utero – secondo prospettive nuove che saranno trattate da esperti di vari ambiti. Interverranno: Anselma Dell’Olio […]
As this research stands at the moment, it can be acknowledged as an attempt to save the lives of premature babies, which in itself is to be welcomed. It could be described as an attempt to develop a much more sophisticated neonatal incubator than is currently available to be used to extend our capacity to […]
"Josephine Quintavalle from Comment of Reproductive Ethics said the answer lies in a more equal society rather than offering discounted egg freezing. "If you think you're emancipated by doing this I'd say to women 'wake up'. "This is not what female emancipation is about. "I think a lot of people have been taken in by […]
50th Anniversary of Abortion in England: Call to Youth - discussing the way forward at the Brompton Oratory, Thursday April 27th
"Helping Hands – The Christian Response to Crisis Pregnancy – What You Can Do...”. This year sees the 50th anniversary of the passing of the Abortion Act and it has been noted that since then the number of unborn children who have so tragically lost their lives is equivalent to the current population of London. […]