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Biomedical research concerns in China. Lack of bioethical assessment

On February 4, a Letter to the Editor was published online in Science and Engineering Ethics (read HERE), addressing some of China’s current problems related to biomedical research. In the article, the authors refer to the fact that Jian-kui He, a professor at the Southern University of Science and

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Masses suspended in Hong Kong and Singapore

PASTORAL LETTER ON COVID-19 - SUSPENSION OF MASSES AND LARGE GATHERINGS  My dear People of God, Over the past weeks, we have provided medical and public health advisories to minimize the risk of a cluster outbreak of the COVID-19 among our congregations and priests.    We

Coronavirus: Situation Summary

Updated January 26, 2020 CDC is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus (termed “2019-nCoV”) that was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China and which continues to expand. Chinese health officials have reported more than a thousand

‘The Pill’ Might Shrink Certain Brain Regions Among Women Taking It

A brain region called the hypothalamus is smaller among women who use birth control pills, compared with non-users, a new study finds. Birth control pills may slightly alter the structure of women's brains, according to a new study.  The study found that women taking the

Nuevo libro sobre Jérôme Lejeune

Jérôme Lejeune, científico de fe probada: sus niños Down, guerra nuclear, Sábana Santa y persecución Jérôme Lejeune se dedicó en cuerpo y alma en sus "pacientes" favoritos, las personas con síndrome de Down.F Javier Lozano / ReL 20 noviembre 2019 ¿De qué le sirve ganar

“Medicina de precisión: el camino hacia los tratamientos personalizados”

 NOVIEMBRE DE 2019 ASOCIACIÓN MÉDICA ARGENTINA X Congreso Internacional de Periodismo Médico. “Medicina de precisión: el camino hacia los tratamientos personalizados” Mgt. Dra. Raquel Bolton Presidente del Consorcio de Médicos Católicos de Buenos Aires La Medicina Personalizada de Precisión es un desafío para investigadores y profesionales del siglo

New policy regarding fetal tissue research is the proper ethical decision

Dept. of HHS decision to change the NIH grants policy regarding fetal tissue research is the proper ethical decisionThe American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) applauded the announcement by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Trump Administration that, after

Triptorelina e ricerca scientifica

TRIPTORELINA E RICERCA SCIENTIFICA    “La norma etica, fondata sul rispetto della dignità della persona, deve illuminare e disciplinare tanto la fase della ricerca quanto quella dell'applicazione dei risultati, in essa raggiunti.”  (1) Questa affermazione di Giovanni Paolo II rappresenta, di per sé, un principio


DETERMINA AIFA SULLA TRIPTORELINA. GOVERNO E PARLAMENTO INTERVENGANO SU DECISIONI CHE INCIDONO SU SALUTE E MINORISCIENZA & VITA E CENTRO STUDI LIVATINO - 6 MAR 2019 Pubblicato il 06/03/2019 Con Determina del 25 febbraio 2019 – pubblicata sulla Gazzetta ufficiale del 2 marzo – il dirigente dell’area

Baby Body Parts from Abortions for Research, “Deeply Disturbing”

U.S. Bishops’ Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities Calls NIH’s Dr. Francis Collins Defense of Using Baby Body Parts from Abortions for Research “Deeply Disturbing” December 18, 2018 WASHINGTON—Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), recently defended current NIH research that uses the

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