While lawmakers across the country are focusing on whether or not to allow terminally ill patients the right to die, dozens of states have launched a new trend to give terminally ill patients the “right to try” experimental drugs that might just save their lives.
A former NFL player diagnosed eight years ago with the crippling disease, ALS, is speaking out against a deeply flawed physician-assisted suicide bill being considered by lawmakers in the state of Maryland.
A California company is developing a new procedure, known as xenotransplantation, which involves the removal of organs from aborted babies and transplanting them into rats where they can be grown and later harvested for use in humans.
The Pro-Life Action League is once again calling upon pro-lifers to pray for those who are involved in the abortion business, in particular, some of the industry’s most notorious abortionists.
All social service agencies who give aid to illegal unaccompanied minor immigrants, including faith-based charities, are being told that abortion is one of the “emergency medical services” that must be provided to these children.
Pending a final decision by the House of Lords, the UK is about to approve a procedure to produce “three parent” children via IVF (in vitro fertilization), but scientists aren’t waiting for the ink to dry on the new law and are already publishing ads looking for healthy young women who are willing to sell their eggs to science for the equivalent of $700.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf declared a moratorium on the death penalty in that state, provoking a new debate on the subject of capital punishment.