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Which COVID-19 Vaccines Are Being Developed with Fetal Cell Lines Derived from Aborted Babies?

The race is on to find a vaccine for COVID-19. The good news is that many of the world’s largest vaccine companies are developing promising vaccine candidates using ethically-derived cells. The bad news is that many of the leading vaccine candidates for the 2019 novel coronavirus

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Health professionals united in support of a pragmatic, science-based approach to managing the COVID

On May 26, 2020, over 350 organisations representing over 40 million health professionals and over 4,500 individual health professionals from 90 different countries*, wrote to the G20 leaders calling for a #HealthyRecovery *see the full list of signatories here. May 26, 2020 In support of a #HealthyRecovery

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A Pro Life Vaccine

Deseret News: “What's a ‘Pro-Life Vaccine’ and Why Do These Faith Leaders Say We Need One for COVID-19?" The NCBC’s John Di Camillo was quoted in a May 19, 2020, story by Jennifer Graham at Deseret News: Abortion opponents who object to what they call

Possible ways The Catholic Church is considering Celebrating Mass

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3AVMEXMkuQ&list=PL0B89A05F9F6D3E47&index=4&t=0s Dr. THOMAS McGOVERN, dermatologist, infectious disease specialist and Catholic Medical Association board member (USA) discusses new guidelines by the Thomistic Insitute for the attendance of Mass during the pandemic.

The Post-Covid-19 Pandemic – New Socio-Medical Future

Bernard Ars, M.D., Ph.D..President of the International Federation of Associations of Catholic Doctors. Scroll down for the French, Spanish, Italian and Portugees version of this text. The confinement period of the beginning of 2020 has shown that globalization, an economic and financial phenomenon, has limits,

Coronavirus and Access to Treatment

Monday, April 20th, 2020 CBCEW » Our Work » Department » Social Justice » Health and Social Care » Coronavirus » » Coronavirus and Access to Treatment With the escalation of the Coronavirus, demand on NHS resources is outstripping supply and those responsible for our care and well-being are facing challenging decisions. What may well be on

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Pandemia, la sociedad desvinculada y el estado autoritario

Josep Miró i Ardèvol La  sociedad desvinculada era la cultura hegemónica que nos destruía como personas y como sociedad antes de la pandemia. Sigue ahí y depende de nosotros, que lo que vaya surgiendo de esta crisis, la acentúe o por el contrario consigamos superarla. Hay

Reflexiones sobre el “yo” vs el “nosotros” en tiempos de pandemia

Dr. José Ramón Calvo y Dra. Cecilia Kindelán--- Real Academia Europea de Doctores--- Esta crisis en forma de pandemia, ocasionada por una nanopartícula, que tiene 900 veces menor tamaño que un cabello humano, ha puesto en evidencia lo frágiles que somos como seres humanos y el poco caso

Si acabamos con la trata, acabamos con el COVID-19

PDFPublicado abr 23, 2020 Rosi Orozco Resumen El peligro en el que se encuentran miles de mujeres a causa de la explotación sexual se ha incrementado en medio de la pandemia de COVID-19. La mayoría de las víctimas de trata son obligadas a trabajar; los captores

Dr. Wes Ely discusses COVID19 related “delirium” and other symptoms

Her father´s delirium was a first sign of coronavirus. Catholic Medical Association (USA)'s Dr. Wes Ely discusses #COVID19 related "delirium" and other symptoms: https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/her-father-s-delirium-was-first-sign-coronavirus-he-s-n1184296

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