Archives for Month: November 2017

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The Ethics of Orphans

November 9, 2017

(By guest blogger Kristin Wynalda, 2010 Cedarville alumna) “Oh, so you’re out to save the embryos.” That’s the first reaction when some people hear that I’m a bioethicist. And it’s true, I’m passionate about protecting pre-born kids from having their lives ended prematurely. But I’m committed to saving all children.... View Article

Recent Debate on the Opioid Crisis

November 3, 2017

How should we combat the huge recent rise in opioid abuse? What should our emphasis be? Two Cedarville University faculty members went head-to-head last Monday evening in a public debate, attended by over 100 undergrad and graduate students. Dr. Marty Eng (Assoc. Prof. of Pharmacy Practice) argued we should emphasize... View Article

The Ethics of Abortive Vaccines

November 1, 2017

(By guest blogger Caleb VanDyke) Cedarville PharmD student Stephanie Cailor has been studying research from India with some disturbing ethical implications. At the recent LifeTech conference here at Cedarville, she described how a vaccine under development might serve as a form of contraception, with the goal of controlling India’s overpopulation problem.... View Article