This week a committee of scientists and ethicists have recommended to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that they approve three-parent embryo
Last week in Washington D.C., scientists from around the world met to discuss where or not to use new, cutting-edge gene editing techniques to
With the advent new DNA editing technology, many people are already fantasizing about creating designer babies. Some parents are salivating over
The United Kingdom has taken one step closer to creating children with three genetic parents. Last week legislation that will allow fertility
This is the age of the non-invasive prenatal tests, called NIPTs for short. NIPTs look at minute quantities of fetal DNA floating in a pregnant
New genetic engineering techniques are going to revolutionize medicine. They may also irrevocably change mankind if we are not careful.
Will organ transplants be coming from aborted babies? They will if Ganogen Inc., a California Company, has their way. And Planned Parenthood
The Scientist recently ran commentary by John D. Loike questioning the ethics of transplanting human brains cells into other species. The piece
Hockey legend Gordie Howe was in the headlines this year for his remarkable recovery from a stroke after a stem cell treatment in Tijuana, Mexico.
In the UK Daily Mail Christopher Gyngell, a research fellow in neuroethics at Oxford University, argues that we are morally obligated to use
For nearly a decade, I have been trying to warn pro-lifers about the advent of genetically-modified, designer babies. Society's total blind acceptance
International surrogacy is often touted as a win-win situation. Western couples get a baby gestated for them at a low price, and the women in
It is very possible that the United States may follow the United Kingdom's lead and sanction the genetic engineering of future generations using
At a time when more and more people are becoming wary of generically-modified foods in their diet, the United Kingdom is poised to begin creating
Logic purists will always call the appeal to the slippery slope a fallacy. You cannot argue against A just because it might lead to B.