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Kelly Osbourne and International Health Groups Call for Improved Education on Choices and Usage of Contraception

... Societal costs for unplanned pregnancy and abortion are significant. In Europe, the availability of abortion ranges from availability "on demand" to only ... delivery and obstetrics, safe abortion and post abortion care, diagnosis and treatment of sexually ...

Ground-Breaking Conference Takes on Abortion

... Highlight the Global Pandemic of Unsafe abortion and Call for Universal Access to Safe abortion Care. Expanding access to safe abortion around the world is on the agenda at the ...

Valerie DeFillipo, Reproductive Health and Rights Expert, Joins Abt Associates

... have her on our team." While at IPPF DeFillipo was a lead organizer of the Countdown 2015 Global Roundtable; a founding board member of the Safe abortion Action Fund, a global platform funded by multiple European donor governments to reduce maternal mortality in developing countries; and led IPPF's ...

Anti-Cloning Petition Drive Launched in Wisconsin

... projects. "This is one of the worst ideas in the history of science," Sherman said of human cloning. "Most people, no matter what their beliefs about abortion or stem cell research, oppose human cloning." Sherman's bill, however, was blasted by Right to Life, which doesn't like the bill's protections ...

Aussie rock band to raise stem-cell awareness with Milwaukee concert

... stem cells are all about working off excess cells in storage, a good portion of which would just become medical waste. We feel that words like abortion and embryonic tend to be very loaded terms, and they confuse and convolute an issue that doesnt need to be confused. WTN: Why have you chosen ...

UN committee opposes human cloning

... went so far as to say that the issue is important not in itself but because of the reaction to destroying embryos. "This is a sideshow in the abortion debate," Charo said. Lincoln Brunner is a WTN contributing editor and can be reached at lincoln@wistechnology.com . ...

A brief timeline of the stem cell debate

... guidelines and puts a hold on federal funds for stem-cell research. July 18, 2001: Sen. Bill Frist (R-TN) and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), a vocal abortion opponent, call for limited federal funding for stem-cell research. July 29, 2001: House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) and other Republican House ...

What citizens don't ask political candidates

... Wisconsin's race for governor only by watching the television ads, you might believe voters care primarily about gun control, the death penalty, abortion rights, stem cell research, immigration, and the proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage. But when you spend time talking with ordinary ...

New BL21-CodonPlus Cells Correct Codon Bias in GC-Rich Genomes

... with rare codons for the E. coli host can lead to depletion of the endogenous pools of the corresponding tRNAs. This in turn, leads to slowing or abortion of the translation process and subsequent degradation of the mRNA. 4 When the problem of codon bias causes frameshifts, codon skipping, or ...
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