Planned Parenthood performed more than one million abortions worldwide in 2016

One of the most active organizations in promoting abortion has crossed the line of respect for life. In 2016, the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF),  for the first time in its history, aborted more than one million boys and girls in a single year — specifically...

Behavior of the father before conception affects the child’s development

A recent article published in the journal JAMA  states that a man’s behavior and his exposure to different environmental factors before conception may determine the development and future health of his offspring, and can result in obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases,...

Bermuda change “same sex marriage” for a “domestic partnership” civil status

Bermuda maintains the traditional definition of marriage in a new law of the House of Assembly The British Overseas Territory of Bermuda is to become the world’s first territory to restore the traditional definition of marriage just six months after the island’s Supreme Court...

Ovarian insufficiency infertility can be resolved without resorting to egg donation

Scientists from Stanford University (USA) and the St. Marianna University School of Medicine in Kawasaki (Japan) have helped a woman suffering from early menopause to give birth to a baby by way of a technique known as “in vitro activation”. Patients suffering from ovarian...

Delayed motherhood also in England and Ireland. More than twice 40-year-old and over first time mothers

Are new mothers in their forties a global trend? Motherhood is also being postponed in the United Kingdom (see negative effects on delayed motherhood for mother and child, click HERE), since the number of first-time mothers over the age of 40 has doubled in the last 15 years, and...

Umbilical cord blood banks in Spain. Units stored are 10% of the total number worldwide

Increase in applications of cord blood cells in treatment of various diseases (see HERE) encourage parents The key factors encouraging expectant parents to preserve cord blood include the vast rise in the rate of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, the vast advancements in...
Posted On 25 Sep 2017
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Universal priciple, that all lifes are equal, should be apllied in all medical situations?

When it comes to saving lives, for instance when allocating organs for transplants, age plays an important role, in part because help is often a limited resource In 1956, economists Christopher Cundell and Carlos McCartney developed the QALY standard, which stands for...
Posted On 17 Sep 2017
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Being raised by father and mother does matter. Well-being of children with same sex “parents”

“Emotional problems were over twice as prevalent for children with same-sex parents than for children with opposite-sex parents”. It is not a politic but an human right issue. The public debate on same-sex marriage does not focus on eventually adopted children, and if...
Posted On 12 Sep 2017
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Current state of genetic test in in the United States. 69,104 Genetic Testing Units available

Now are 69,104 Genetic Testing Units available in United States market Of these, 59,531 assays a single analyte. 8,535 are panels that assay multiple genes or analytes for a common indication, and each panel is sold as a single orderable unit with its own test code in a...
Posted On 04 Sep 2017
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Review of countries where Euthanasia has been legalised. Increasing involuntary euthanasia, without consent by patients

Euthanasia a slippery slope that ends in involuntary euthanasia Euthanasia was legalised in Belgium in 2002, where is defined as “the intentional termination of a patient’s life by a physician at the patient’s request”, so that only voluntary euthanasia...