Adult Stem Cell Awareness

June 27, 2008

Nature magazine deems “dignity” useless and arbitrary

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Michael Cook at Mercatornet takes note of and comments on a disturbing editorial in the June edition of Nature.  But, as he notes, the position is one that simply reflects Nature’s long-held practice of excluding human embryos from the concept of “human dignity” . . . and when that becomes too difficult, they scrap “human dignity” altogether. Nice, huh?

Read all about it here: Dignified Arguments



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  2. Spain struck a blow to the dignity of the unborn child, by giving human rights to apes.

    Comment by Leticia Velasquez — July 5, 2008 @ 1:28 pm | Reply

  3. Comment relative to the ‘Cure Found for Child’s “Untreatable” Skin Disease!’ Ppost of June 5th, on which I landed by chance and which does not accept comments anymore.

    This is great news. Especially so if we consider that epidermolysis bullosa is one of the illnesses that advocates of euthanasia for babies typically mention when they make their case:

    Comment by Caecilia — August 4, 2008 @ 2:47 pm | Reply

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