Medical Ethics

The Divisions in Medical Ethics Could Cost Your or a Loved One’s Life!

By Nancy Valko I wanted to be a nurse since I was 5. I was drawn to nursing not only… Read More

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Roe v. Wade’s disastrous impact on medical ethics

By Nancy Valko Most people volunteer for the pro-life movement. I consider myself a draftee. For me, there was no… Read More

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Healing, not Enhancing: Drawing Lines in Medical Ethics

By John Stonestreet with Roberto Rivera In the 1976 made-for-television movie, “The Boy in the Plastic Bubble,” a then-unknown John… Read More

1 year ago

Back to the source: the Hippocratic Oath re-examined

By Michael Cook Big Stock Photo Over the centuries the Hippocratic Oath has expressed the ideals of the medical profession,… Read More

2 years ago

Never ethical or lawful to withdraw treatment from patients with a persistent disorder of consciousness, British Law professor says

By Xavier Symons There has been significant debate in recent years about the ethics of withdrawing life-sustaining treatment from patients… Read More

2 years ago

Scientific experts tell House subcommittee there are many proven alternatives to using tissue from aborted babies for research

By Dave Andrusko A congressional subcommittee heard testimony today from three experts on the now-more-important-than-ever issue of ethical alternatives to… Read More

2 years ago

How medical residents wrested their consciences into submission

By Dave Andrusko Sarah Terzo’s except from an academic study posted elsewhere today inspired me to revisit the personal stories… Read More

2 years ago

Training to become an abortionist, resident chooses not to do because of “abyss of ambiguity”

By Sarah Terzo From a resident who was in training to become an abortionist, but decided against performing abortions as… Read More

2 years ago

The “medical Conscience” civil rights movement

By Wesley J. Smith Until recently, healthcare was not culturally controversial. Medicine was seen as primarily concerned with extending lives,… Read More

2 years ago

Canadian Doctors Get Ready for Child Euthanasia

In the United States’ most culturally aligned nation, a race toward the once-unthinkable accelerates By Wesley J. Smith It never… Read More

2 years ago

Welsh Midwife tells mother the purpose of blood test for Down Syndrome “is for terminations”

Discriminatory attitudes towards babies with Down syndrome are still rife in the medical profession. Campaigners say pregnant women were being… Read More

2 years ago

New “game-changing” findings and recommendations offer new hope to brain-injured patients unfairly labeled “vegetative”

By Dave Andrusko In his post for the Catholic Phily, Richard Doerflinger calls new findings and recommendations from a prestigious… Read More

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