The March for Life in Paris 2018

The March for Life in Paris, France, took place on January 21 during four hours from the Ponte Dauphine square to the Trocadero esplanade, in the center of Paris. Given the challenges we face today in the defense and protection of human life, the March for Life in Paris wanted to put on the streets…

AMNIOINFUSION—EXPERIMENTAL FOETAL THERAPY, WHICH MUST BE INVESTIGATED IN CLINICAL TRIALS

In an article published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynaecology, bioethics and medical experts express their desire for a more in-depth investigation into ethical issues relating to “amnioinfusion”—experimental foetal therapy. They list ten key questions to be examined: the potential risks and benefits compared to alternatives, information for parents, consent, evaluation of results, fair access, conflicts of…

Italian law would be an open door to euthanasia

On Thursday 14th December Italian lawmakers passed a law to allow living wills and the Refusal of End-of-Life Care. The law just approved permits Italians to write living wills and refuse medical treatment, artificial nutrition and hydration, without the possibility of conscience objection. “Norme in materia di consenso informato e di disposizioni anticipate di trattamento”…

Stop Abortion: Poland

830.000 signatures were delivered to the Parliament of Poland on Thursday, November 30. Supporters of the Citizens Initiative #StopAbortion greatly surpassed the required by law minimum of 100.000 signatures. Now, the legal proposition to ban eugenic abortion will be proceed by the Polish Parliament within the next three months.   The number of signatories is…

Severing the bonds of life – Miriam Sciberras

The latest hot discussion in widening the scope of the Embryo Protection Act is for allowing anonymous gamete donation. This means using a third party, that is, a man or woman, other than the couple, to provide sperm or egg. In this case, the donor is given an altruistic description  comparing this to an act…