Category: IVF

This past Tuesday, Dr. Clem Persaud was on the U of T campus and gave a talk regarding epigenetics and its relationship to the life issues. I will give a summary of the talk and then give a little bit …

Epigenetics and the sanctity of life Read More »

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When arguing with the other side about when life begins, you might hear the argument that “We don’t really know for sure when a sperm stops being a sperm, so do you people also want to save the sperm?” Luckily …

To be or not to be (a sperm)… that is the question Read More »

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Starting August 5, the government of Quebec will begin to publicly fund all in-vitro fertilization procedures in the province: The initiative, announced Tuesday by Health Minister Yves Bolduc, makes Quebec the first jurisdiction in North America to publicly fund the …

“Quebec’s free IVF plan turns children into property” Read More »

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Check out this article on a recent study regarding children conceived through sperm donation by the Commission on Parenthood’s Future: http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/study-shows-problems-for-adults-conceived-by-sperm-donation/ This one quote from donor-conceived Alana Sveta stands out:  “It’s just that we, the children, haven’t been empowered to …

Why children should not be treated as commodities Read More »

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I’m no fan of the iPad, but this new Pampers ad is pretty great and it’s been making the rounds in pro-life circles. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjW8aAqrsOk Jill Stanek provides some context by pointing to an old G.E. ad from 2002 for 4D …

Pampers Ad Features Babies in the Womb Read More »

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Just as you may have expected, they’re just “blobs of cells.” Except, not at all. These amazing embryonic animal photographs of dolphins, sharks, dogs, penguins, cats and elephants are from a new National Geographic Documentary called “Extraordinary Animals in the …

Amazing Photographs of Unborn Animals Read More »

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