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Only One Child May Live

July 18, 2007

Steven Mosher paints a horrifying picture of the grim reality of the “One Child” policy in China. As a U.S. State Department representative in Guangdong Province in 1980, Mosher witnessed first-hand the forced abortions of women who committed the “crime” of becoming pregnant for the second time. Since then, Mosher... View Article

Making Moral Decisions in Medicine

July 5, 2007

Our guest blogger this week is Matt Tabbut, a second-year med student (and Cedarville alumnus) at Chicago’s Rosalind Franklin University. At this stage of my medical education, I have begun to look at some practical ethics case studies. There are a few beacons, or waypoints, that I use to help... View Article