June 22, 2022

Tag: Bioethics

Can’t We Do Better than Sitting on the Sidelines?

In our current pandemic, Catholic bishops sought to meet their obligation to seek alternatives to vaccines derived using cells derived from human fetuses electively aborted decades ago by publicly stating their demands for ethical vaccines to fight...

The Bioethics of Data

As an analytical chemist, my professional world revolves around data. Experiments mean nothing without data and furthermore, the experiment doesn’t exist unless the data is fully documented. I analyze data for a living and I’m constantly on the...

Engineering New Humans

When Chinese scientist Dr. He Jiankui announced in late November 2018 at the International Summit on Human Genome Editing in Hong Kong that he had undertaken embryo editing culminating in the birth of twin girls, a firestorm of international...