Category Archives: bioethics

>From my favorite blogger comes this.

>”Welcome to modern life. Introducing kids as commodities: The man bringing together this disparate group is Rudy Rupak, chief executive of LLC, a California company that searches the globe to find the components for its business line. The business, … Continue reading

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>It’s just a clump of cells.

>Right now thousands of people are waiting to live. They are frozen in embryo banks or being used in experiments. They are our daughters and sons but we treat them as things until we decide we want them to grow. Then and … Continue reading

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