About Bioethics

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Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide

by Alex Schadenberg

In court cases, policy studies and media stories, euthanasia advocates claim that Belgium’s euthanasia records are complete and transparent.

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Adam and Eve After the Pill: Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution

by Mary Eberstadt

Though the birth control pill is taken for granted as a fact of life, no single event since Eve took the apple has been as consequential for relations between the sexes as the arrival of modern contraception. Indeed, there would have been no sexual revolution without it. Eberstadt digs below the surface and gathers a great deal of evidence that challenges the sanguine assessment of modern contraception.

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Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars

by Monica Migliorino Miller

Every day, thousands of children fragile, innocent, alone are abandoned. They are brutally snuffed from the world and literally left in the trash . . . and its all legal. Abandoned is the story of one woman’s staunch and courageous defense of those children abandoned by abortion.

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Adam and Eve After the Pill: Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution

by Mary Eberstadt

Though the birth control pill is taken for granted as a fact of life, no single event since Eve took the apple has been as consequential for relations between the sexes as the arrival of modern contraception. Indeed, there would have been no sexual revolution without it. Eberstadt digs below the surface and gathers a great deal of evidence that challenges the sanguine assessment of modern contraception.

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About Bioethics #2: Caring for People who are Sick or Dying

by Nicholas Tonti-Filippini

We will all die, but few of us discuss it with those who are important to us. Many will also be confronted by disability, illness, grief and loss. How we respond to suffering says much about empathy, love and who we are. There is no doubt many people have much to endure, but illness and disability are not all doom and gloom, just different, and calling on us, perhaps,to surrender to dependence on others, and place trust in God, and trust in our love for each other.

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Catholic Bioethics for a New Millennium

by Anthony Fisher

Can the Hippocratic and Judeo-Christian traditions be synthesized with contemporary thought about practical reason, virtue and community to provide real-life answers to the dilemmas of healthcare today? Bishop Anthony Fisher discusses conscience, relationships and law in relation to the modern-day controversies surrounding stem cell research, abortion, transplants, artificial feeding and euthanasia, using case studies to offer insight and illumination.

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Unplanned: The Dramatic True Story of a Former Planned Parenthood Leader’s Eye-Opening Journey Across the Life Line

by Abby Johnson

Abby Johnson quit her job in October 2009. That simple act became a national news story because Abby was the director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Texas who, after participating in her first actual abortion procedure, walked across the road to join the Coalition for Life.

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Unplanned 1-DVD

by Abby Johnson

Abby Johnson quit her job in October 2009. That simple act became a national news story because Abby was the director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Texas who, after participating in her first actual abortion procedure, walked across the road to join the Coalition for Life.

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About Bioethics #3: Transplantation, Biobanks and the Human Body (About Bioethics)

by Nicholas Tonti-Filippini

The author has been involved with transplantation almost since it became an established practice and has witnessed many controversial changes. As a professional ethicist and chairing government enquiries he has explored all aspects of the harvesting and use of human tissue.

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Ten Universal Principles: A Brief Philosophy of the Life Issues

by Robert Spitzer

How do we make sense of life? How should we treat others? How should we reasonably be expected to be treated by others? When human life is at stake, are there reasonable principles we can rely on to guide our actions? How should our laws be framed to protect human life? What kind of society should be built?

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Taken from: http://www.goodreadingguide.com/Department/Sciences-Social-Issues/Bioethics

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