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HHS to stop using fresh aborted baby tissue for research

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 24, 2018Contact: HHS Press Office 202-690-6343 Statement from the Department of Health and Human Services “After a recent review of a contract between Advanced Bioscience Resources, Inc. and the Food and Drug Administration to provide human fetal tissue to develop

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Dismay Regarding the Embryonic Research Decision in the United Kingdom February 5, 2016 The National Catholic Bioethics Center is dismayed by the decision of the United Kingdom’s Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) on February 1, 2016, to license a radical new form of research


Affirming Life Through Ethical Medical Research: January 28, 2016 The Catholic Medical Association of St. Louis invites you to this event where you can learn how to help find cures while promoting pro-­‐life values! Presenter: Dr. Alan Moy, founder of John Paul II Medical Research


Reuters Health) - Babies often suffer unnecessary pain in clinical studies, potentially breaching international standards for ethical research, according to a new review of the medical literature. Even when proven pain relievers existed, nearly two-thirds of studies involving painful procedures in newborns included a group

The human person must be the beginning, subject and goal of all scientific research

28 October 1994 To the members of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences Address originally given in French. Your Excellencies, Monsignors, Ladies and Gentlemen, 1.It is a great joy for me to meet you at the annual plenary session of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. I

Scientific research and moral reflection must proceed in a spirit of cooperation

14 December 1989 To the members of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences The Pope originally delivered this speech in French. Distinguished friends, 1.It is always a pleasure for me to meet the men and women of science and culture who came together under the auspices

May your research overcome the terrible scourge of cancer

23 October 1986 To the members of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen, For the third time in its history, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences directs its attention towards cancer, an illness that destroys the organism of a great number of

Spiritual heritage of humanity should accompany and control scientific research

3 October 1981 To the members of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences Mr. President, Members of the Academy, Ladies and Gentlemen, 1.The programme of work which your President has presented, and with which I was already acquainted before this meeting, demonstrates the great vitality of

The church looks to scientists and researchers with hope and trust

25 March 2002 Letter to H.E. Msgr. Jósef Kowalczyk on the occasion of an International Conference in Warsaw To The Most Reverend Józef Kowalczyk Apostolic Nuncio in Poland I am pleased to learn that you will be present at the International Conference to be held

May ethical and moral principles guide scientific research

19 February 1987 To the participants in a Conference of Surgeons John Paul II received the participants in a conference of surgeons sponsored by the Italian Branch of the International College of Surgeons in an audience held on Thursday, 19 February.  The Holy Father addressed

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