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Faculty bars prolife doctors from receiving its degrees and diplomas

Doctors and nurses who have a moral objection to prescribing ‘contraceptives’ which act by killing human embryos are to be barred from receiving diplomas in sexual and reproductive health even if they undertake the necessary training according to new guidelines……. read more

UK Hospitals Burn Aborted Babies for Heat

The remains of more than 15,000 babies were incinerated as 'clinical waste' by hospitals in Britain with some used in 'waste to energy' plants, an investigation has revealed. The Channel 4 Dispatches programme (25th March) found that human remains from aborted and miscarried babies were incinerated by 27 different NHS trusts over the last two years alone.  At least ten have admitted to burning fetuses alongside rubbish, while two others said they used the bodies in ‘waste-to-energy’ plants which generate power for heat….. read more

Largest liberalisation of abortion practice since the passing of the Abortion Act

Prime Minister David Cameron has presided over the largest liberalisation of abortion practice since the passing of the Abortion Act in 1967. Under his leadership, former health minister Andrew Lansley, working closely with abortion providers and senior figures at the Department of Health, has managed to smuggle in what is in effect a nurse-led abortion service without the issue ever being discussed in parliament and without the knowledge of most of his own party colleagues….. read more

When ideology drives science

In an editorial in the latest issue of Triple Helix, Dr Peter Saunders of the Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) warns that financial or ideological vested interests can be used to stifle the truth when medical issues become highly politicised. He challenges the ‘medical science’ which supports public policies that oppose Christian ethics on subjects such as abortion, assisted suicide and embryo research and questions the way that British Royal Colleges have handled scientific evidence in their support for certain public policy direction………read more

Assisted suicide moves closer

The legalisation of assisted suicide has moved a significant step closer after the Government made clear that it would not stand in the way of a change in the law. Conservative and Liberal Democrat MPs and peers – including Coalition ministers – will be given a free vote on a Bill that would enable doctors to help terminally ill patients to die, according to The Telegraph. The proposed legislation will come before Parliament in the next few months.

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Assisted suicide after being “left behind by digital age”

A retired art teacher committed suicide at Dignitas after becoming disillusioned with the trappings of modern life.

The 89-year-old complained that modern technology was “turning people into robots,” before travelling to Dignitas in Switzerland, to end her life — despite not being terminally ill. Speaking days before her assisted suicide last month, the former teacher, who asked only to be identified as Anne, said she felt that she faced a choice either to “adapt or die” and said she was not prepared to adapt to a world in which technology took precedence over humanity…..read more

Caring in the Light of Eternity

In the latest issue of “Triple Helix” John Wyatt has written a moving and inspiring article based on his experience of caring for a relative with dementia…..read more

MAY 2014