Linda Glenn of the Women’s Bioethics Project and the A Marsh Bioethics Institute in Albany interviewed several of the key speakers and has posted the interviews, free for the listening. It played from the website, without additional software.
Unfortunately (there’s that word, again), there’s Dr. Pelligrino and Nigel Cameron to represent the conservative, prolife side and many times that number from the “progressive,” pro-destructive research and abortion side.
I’ve only been able to listen to one, so far, but I still recommend them for a taste of the conference and so you can make up your own mind about the viewpoints of the speakers as well as the reality of the assertion that all the money and power is in the hands of conservatives.
>Don't forget Eric Cohen — he's there, too!