Bioethics Council Back To Work Again

The President's Council on Bioethics, a body led by a man who wants to force us all to suffer age-related degeneration and die and intended to put a rubber stamp on restrictive anti-research policies, is up to its normal tricks in the latest publication on "alternatives" to embryonic stem cell research. From one of the few remaining less conservative members: "Michael Gazzaniga, a professor of neurology at Dartmouth College, in a rebuttal to the council report said the proposed alternatives are 'high-risk gambles' and evade the question as to whether the United States should endorse embryonic stem cell research as it currently is done or whether the country will 'remain hostage to the arbitrary views of those with certain beliefs about the nature of life and its origins.'"



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