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Self-referent (On comments about TADA)

Second note (see bottom for first note): I’m so sorry to report that Andrea Clark has died. My heart goes out to everyone who loved her.) I’ve been accused of idolatry, self-reference, and toeing the party line. And the accusations are being repeated on other pro-life blogs. My accuser attacked Dr. James Dobson before, both … Continue reading

>Self-referent (On comments about TADA)

>Second note (see bottom for first note): I’m so sorry to report that Andrea Clark has died. My heart goes out to everyone who loved her.) I’ve been accused of idolatry, self-reference, and toeing the party line. And the accusations are being repeated on other pro-life blogs. My accuser attacked Dr. James Dobson before, both … Continue reading

Hiatus (Over, I hope)

I haven’t been blogging – I’ve been lobbying and working, instead. Whether in Austin or at work, my access to the blog is spotty. And I worried that anything I wrote might get in the way of some bills we were fighting for. Unfortunately, the Texas legislature is self-destructing and virtually none of the pro-life, … Continue reading

Debate On Ethics

After several days of discussion about a baby that Texas lawyer Jerri Ward asked Wesley Smith to blog about on Secondhand Smoke, I have been asked “How can you be a doctor and not know this about what passes for ethics nowadays?” Because I have a different understanding “about what passes for ethics nowadays.” I … Continue reading

There’s (Still) No “Futile Care Act” in Texas

I keep running across news articles like this one in the Dallas Morning News (free subscription required) which claim that Texas has some sort of “futile care” law. There is no such thing as a “Futile Care Law” in Texas and never has been. (Previous LifeEthics posts include several in April, 2006.) There is a … Continue reading

Lawyers at the bedside

Thursday, I had a new experience: I wasn’t counted among the “prolife” people in the room because I defended the right to conscience. The same conscience that I’ve defended before. The occasion was the meeting of the group in Texas which is attempting to tweak the Texas Advance Directives Act, Chapter 166 of the Health … Continue reading

>Lawyers at the bedside

>Thursday, I had a new experience: I wasn’t counted among the “prolife” people in the room because I defended the right to conscience. The same conscience that I’ve defended before. The occasion was the meeting of the group in Texas which is attempting to tweak the Texas Advance Directives Act, Chapter 166 of the Health … Continue reading

Medicine by jury

I received two comments to my post on the case of Mrs. Ruthie Webster, from the lawyer who runs the “Texas Advanced Directive Blog,” Jerri Lynn Ward, J.D. (I have already offered Ms. Ward any help I can give in these cases.) (Among other things) Ms. Ward said, You will NEVER get lawyers out of … Continue reading

>Medicine by jury

>I received two comments to my post on the case of Mrs. Ruthie Webster, from the lawyer who runs the “Texas Advanced Directive Blog,” Jerri Lynn Ward, J.D. (I have already offered Ms. Ward any help I can give in these cases.) (Among other things) Ms. Ward said, You will NEVER get lawyers out of … Continue reading

It's Official: Adult Stem Cells to Embryonic (ethical)

The good news is that scientists are closer to being able to produce true patient-specific stem cells from non-embryonic adult somatic cells. But, we still need to stress that the research is still in its early stages. Let’s wait (but don’t hold your breath) to see whether the media plays this one up as much … Continue reading

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