Gordon Macdonald writes for The Scotsman on Proposals to Change the Organ Donation System in Scotland
Gordon Macdonald, CARE for Scotland's Parliamentary Officer penned an article for The Scotsman, focusing on why changing Scotland's current laws on organ donation to one of 'presumed consent' leads to ethical dilemmas.
Nola Leach writes for Christian Today - "3-Parent Babies: Unethical, Unproven, Dangerous And Unnecessary"
In light of the HFEA's decision to approve the 3-parent baby technique Nola Leach, CARE's CEO has written an article for Christian Today warning about how the technique is: 'unethical, unproven, dangerous and unnecessary'.
Dan Boucher speaks to Premier
With the three-parent baby technique close to approval, CARE's Director of Parliamentary Affairs Dan Boucher talks to Premier Christian Radio about the major concerns CARE has regarding the technique including the negative impact it potentially will
Nola Leach: NIPT- Can We Cope With The Unethical Consequences?
NIPT: Can We Cope With The Unethical Consequences? By Nola Leach, CEO for CARE
Dan Boucher quoted on Christian Today
CARE's Director of parliamentary affairs Dr Dan Boucher slams the three-parent baby technique as 'risky, harmful and unethical' and urges the government to review the very real ethical concerns around the procedure.
Lessons on Life-Taking Legislation from Canada
In light of Canada’s radical decriminalisation of “medical assistance in dying”, what lessons should the UK learn? Samuel Basden, writing for CARE, takes a look.
Major flaw found in three-parent baby technique
Scientists in New York have identified a major flaw in the controversial three parent baby IVF technique.
Go ahead given to edit human embryos
Scientists at the Francis Crick Institute in London have been given permission today by the HFEA to begin genetically modifying human embryos, becoming the first UK-based researchers to do so.
CARE gives evidence on organ donation to the Northern Ireland Assembly
On Wednesday, Mark Baillie CARE for Northern Ireland’s Public Affairs Officer gave evidence to the Health Committee at Stormont on the proposed Human Transplantation Bill.
Concern over Court of Protection ruling allowing MS sufferer to die
In what has been described as a “landmark legal ruling”, the Court of Protection has ruled that a 68-year old woman suffering with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) should have artificial nutrition and hydration withdrawn and be “allowed to die”. This is a de