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A ‘Genetic Outlaw’ Speaks Out

September 24, 2006

A law professor in Minneapolis has recently become an “outlaw” in the eyes of some. Her crime? She chose not to have an abortion when she received a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. Elizabeth Schiltz had her baby anyway, and writes about her experience in Defiant Birth: Women Who Resist... View Article

A New Idea in Stem Cell Research?

September 10, 2006

It was too good to be true. A recent report from Reuters documents a new technique that produces early stem cells, but without destroying embryos. But the devil is in the details. As I discussed in my July 30th post, destroying embryonic humans for the supposed betterment of others violates... View Article