Promote research which does not destroy living human embryos

LIFE Spokesman Mark Bhagwandin said: “We welcome research into ethical and safe treatments for people to overcome blindness. The treatment announced today which uses stems cells taken from living human embryos, is extremely unethical and cannot at this early stage be proven to be safe. Indeed the use of embryonic stem cells in trials involving… Read more »

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bpas respond to LIFE on Fetal Tissue Donation

  Date: 9 September 2015 Dear Mr Sharpe Further to your letter of 8th September, I hope the answers below to your questions are helpful. 1. How many women undergoing abortions with bpas consent to the donation of fetal material each year? Since the start of our collaboration with HDBR in 2009, 1545 women have… Read more »

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Dutch euthanasia study finds many “patients” have mental health problems

These findings are similar to those from a Belgian study which we blogged about just last week. This should be a huge alarm bell for those seeking to introduce assisted suicide in the UK, because it shows how easily medically-endorsed killing can become routine and perhaps even “expected” of some members of society. A quarter of all… Read more »

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Peaceful prolife vigils must be allowed freedom of expression

The last year has seen the growth of the Back Off campaign, an alliance of various organisations and individuals who want to impose “buffer zones” around abortion clinics where no pro-life vigils or protests would be allowed. Back Off has some very powerful supporters. High-profile politicians like Labour leadership candidates Yvette Cooper and Jeremy Corbyn… Read more »

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