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Wesley Smith on Toronto Conference on End of Life

Wesley’s report is at his blog, Secondhand Smoke. The medical interventional suicide or “Physician Assisted Suicide” (PAS) offers a false sense of control to people who are actually the healthiest of the patients who know that they are nearing the end of life. It’s false because before legal medical regulations can be used to “help” … Continue reading

Wesley Smith reviews Physician Assisted "Suicide"

Bioethics.com, the blog of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity published Wesley Smith’s excellent review of a British report on so-called “Physician Assisted Suicide.” PAS is not medicine in any sense of the word. Medicine, at the very least involves the intention of bringing health to the body and relief from unpleasant symptoms. It … Continue reading

>Wesley Smith reviews Physician Assisted "Suicide"

>Bioethics.com, the blog of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity published Wesley Smith’s excellent review of a British report on so-called “Physician Assisted Suicide.” PAS is not medicine in any sense of the word. Medicine, at the very least involves the intention of bringing health to the body and relief from unpleasant symptoms. It … Continue reading

Do No Harm 101 (Wesley Smith, Catholic Bishops and Futile Care)

Wesley Smith is covering Texas’ legislature’s debate over our Advance Directive Act. Yesterday, he accused the 24 Bishops of Texas of practicing “Futile Care Theory,” which he defines as the decision to limit care by anyone other than a family member or patient. (In other words, here, he says that Terri Schiavo was not a … Continue reading

Wesley Smith on "Why they did it."

I’ve already gone on record that no one considered that any of us would notice or care that the so-called ethical embryonic stem cell technique was most certainly not ethical. Wesley Smith, in an op-ed for the Center for Bioethics and Culture, suggests that the post-modern media wants us to remember that the only reason … Continue reading

>Wesley Smith on "Why they did it."

>I’ve already gone on record that no one considered that any of us would notice or care that the so-called ethical embryonic stem cell technique was most certainly not ethical. Wesley Smith, in an op-ed for the Center for Bioethics and Culture, suggests that the post-modern media wants us to remember that the only reason … Continue reading

Wesley Smith reviews "The Great Stem Cell Coverup"

The review/editorial by Wesley Smith on the realities of stem cell research, the attacks on opponents of unethical research, and the lack of coverage of advances in the adult stem cell realm is now free on line at The Weekly Standard.

>Wesley Smith reviews "The Great Stem Cell Coverup"

>The review/editorial by Wesley Smith on the realities of stem cell research, the attacks on opponents of unethical research, and the lack of coverage of advances in the adult stem cell realm is now free on line at The Weekly Standard.

Wesley Smith on redefining humans

Thanks to Bioethics.com (the blog for the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity), I read this editorial. (Free registration) According to his blog, Secondhand Smoke, Mr. Smith tells us that his efforts in Missouri to block a State clone and kill bill resulted in the Kansas City Star’s agreeing to allow him to clarify what … Continue reading

>Wesley Smith on redefining humans

>Thanks to Bioethics.com (the blog for the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity), I read this editorial. (Free registration) According to his blog, Secondhand Smoke, Mr. Smith tells us that his efforts in Missouri to block a State clone and kill bill resulted in the Kansas City Star’s agreeing to allow him to clarify what … Continue reading

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