About Medicine & Morality
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USCCB on Healthcare Reform,
Link to special section on the official website of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops. This important section from the US bishops links to letters from bishops, documents, and other action items: - http://www.usccb.org/healthcare/
Timeline on Pro-Euthanasia Activities
An interesting timeline charting the connections between pro-euthanasia organizations and activities is accessible from Life Tree, Inc. of Raleigh, NC. Here’s the link:
WFF's Online Journal on Bioethics and Health Care Issues
Topics on About Medicine & Morality include abortion and "end-of-life" issues -- stem cell research, organ donation, withholding of medical treatment or food and water, euthanasia and assisted suicide -- that are matters of concern to families and others who care for seriously ill people of every age -- people who are especially at risk in our culture -- people who are precious in the sight of God, despite their fragility or disability -- people who are always entitled to our love, and our informed and intelligent care.
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