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Are you interested in learning more about the ethics of healthcare? We recommend the following resources to help you educate yourself and others about why issues such as physician-assisted suicide, euthanasia, abortion and other bioethical topics are so important in today's healthcare landscape.

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U.S. Sends Shot Across Bow of UN, WHO with Multilateral, Pro-Life Health Declaration

The Geneva statement reflects the Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance policy of the United States. According to HHS, the policy “negotiates health policy at multilateral settings where policies are debated and set, like the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations (UN).”
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Keep FDA Safety Requirements and Nix Telemedicine Abortions

Seeing the pandemic as an opportunity to pump up profits from abortions, the abortion industry and its advocates in state governments are lobbying to loosen abortion-related FDA safety requirements.
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Disassembling the Abortion vs. Childbirth Safety Myth

The abortion industry launched a lawsuit after the state of Louisiana passed Act 620, which required “that every physician who performs or induces an abortion shall ‘have active admitting privileges at a hospital that is located not further than thirty miles from the location at which the abortion is performed or induced.
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Administration Moves to Bind Human Tissue Research to Ethical Considerations

This courageous and right decision gets the government and our tax dollars out of the sordid business of using tissue from developing babies who have died as a result of elective abortions.
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The Bioethics Brief

This Bioethics e-letter posts annually.
We think you will find its contents to be enlightening and useful. 

People are increasingly being bombarded today by challenges to human life and dignity ranging from the use of drugs to enhance performance, to sexual license leading to abortion, to genetic testing to learn ancestry and proclivity to disease. Can Christian faith offer a way to navigate such challenges?  Yes it can. The Bioethics Brief links you and others to a host of relevant Christian resources ranging from short blog posts, to web-based info, to talks to longer written resources, to study and credentialing opportunities
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