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Pig cloning for organs

... to be questions about whether such procedures are morally acceptable. Most transplant patients would have no such qualms, researchers say. "When you talk to patients and see surveys done with patients on organ waiting lists, if they're shown to be safe and effective, I think the population that has end-stag...

A question on study of Adult Stem Cell

...nted to adult stem cell research as a viable, less morally offensive alternative to stem cells extracted from embryos. Still in a blank state, embryonic stem cells can turn into any of the cell types in the body. This morphing power has inspired visions of stem cells one day being used to grow new heart, li...

Condom Vending Machines Increasing Sexual Assaults On Women

...d individuals have to take and create the “better, morally intact Indian society”. However, with the current scenario the government has to find ways to work around the problem, we as a country face. After all, neither the Indian government nor the public want to lose the fight against the spread of AIDS. Th...

Our Attitude To Food Costing Us A Fortune

...e. But if we can establish the wise use of food as morally sound, and its wastage as the opposite, our planet and we all will end up the richer. ...

Charging Car Park Fees From Cancer Patients Is Morally Wrong, Says Macmillan Cancer Relief

... for cancer patients, said that these charges were morally wrong, "It is shameful that the sickest and most vulnerable people have to pay the most. Hospital car parking costs are often the final straw in a long line of extra costs faced by cancer patients," said the charity's chief executive Peter Cardy...

Spiritual Inclination Plays A Role In Fear Of Death For Elderly

...es since they may be made to see that they are not morally prefect. “Being exposed to the doctrines and teachings of their church, they knew what they were supposed to do, but they may not necessarily have been doing it,” she said. “So they may be more afraid of the payback when they die than people who don’...

Euthanasia Should Be Legalised feels An Ethics Professor

...ubes from severely incompetent patients, it should morally be recognised for what it is - euthanasia, where death is foreseen with certainty. He feels that these cases should be allowed instead of allowing patients to die a potentially 'slow, painful and incomprehensible deaths'. Professor Doyal also contend...

Parking Charges at Hospitals Morally Wrong

...‘Car parking charges within our health service are morally wrong,’ she said. ‘It is an important issue not just for staff but for patients and relatives. The principle of the NHS is that care should be given free at the point of need. On that basis we should abolish car parking charges.’ At the Royal Infir...

Domino Transplants Creates new wave In the Field Of Kidney Transplantation

...ted with suspicion but rather should be considered morally praiseworthy. These are good people doing good things.’ Source: Eurekaert...

Safety Of Dental Amalgam Fillings To Be Reviewed

...n though we know mercury causes brain damage. It's morally and legally unacceptable." Silver fillings along with fish consumption and vaccines has been listed as the major sources of mercury exposure in the United States by the FDA. However, health officials say that the mercury vapors emitted from filling...

Pre-Marital HIV Testing To Be Made Compulsory In AP, India

...me the Health Minister’s suggestion. “It will be morally good if both the men and women undergo a HIV test before getting into wedlock," Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy said at the inauguration of a HIV testing camp for MLAs (elected representatives in the state assembly). <B...

Soldiers Readying to Fight Stress With Yoga

...hen the yoga guru took classes to enrich them both morally and physically. "I have already introduced yoga in BSF a few months ago as a means of reducing stress," said BSF Tripura frontier inspector general Suresh Kumar Dutta. According to an army official here, a core group of around 20 demonstrators ...

Indian Doctors in Britain Lose Legal Battle

...with no concern for their welfare. This was always morally wrong and we are disappointed that this has not been found to be legally wrong. "I do not see a future in the UK for young doctors from India who are not already in a training programme. We would ask young doctors to consider very carefully their o...

Sleep Deprivation Could Affect Psychologically too

...hoices. Some even changed their view of what was morally acceptable after they had been awake for two days. The US military currently is investigating how little sleep soldiers can make do with. Also experiments are on to see whether drugs can help soldiers stay alert for longer without sleep. Not ju...

Religiosity May Be Instrumental In Preventing The Spread Of HIV-AIDS

...ny religious groups consider homosexuality to be a morally unacceptable lifestyle. Gay and bisexual men made up more than half of the study population. The researchers said they don't understand why there were differences between the different denominations, including why Catholics were more likely to use ...

The Long Wait ... Dying for Lack of Kidneys

...eded," it said. "Otherwise, although ethically and morally suspect, the case for legalising and regulating the commercial sale of human organs may appear to have the upper hand."...

Dartmouth Professor Makes Case for Ethically Universal Stem Cell Lines

... many people regard the normal human blastocyst as morally deserving of protection, the challenge is to find methods of deriving hESCs that either leave the blastocyst intact and unharmed or avoid the use of normal blastocysts in the first place. The paper explains the science behind the six approaches an...

Female Infanticide and Feticide Continue to Increase

... To discriminate on the basis of sex and gender is morally indefensible; it is economically, politically and socially unsupportable."...

60% of Infertile Couples are Okay With Allowing Unused Embryos for Stem Cell Research

..., research may prove to be the most acceptable and morally preferable option, she said....

Ex-CIA Official Accuses Retired ISI Chief of Supporting Taliban

...ysed." The Guardian had quoted Gul as saying, "I morally support the movement to end the American occupation of Afghanistan. But there is no physical dimension to it, no hidden agenda"....

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