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Bioethics and a Three-Parent Baby

A Jordanian couple have a baby boy: who does not have a lethal genetic disorder, thanks to DNA transplanted from a third person. Four of his siblings did not survive the procedure. I’ll be talking about the decisions involved in … Continue reading

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Not Going Native

On the whole, I like being an American: which is just as well, since being a good citizen is part of being a Catholic. (July 24, 2016) So — as long as I follow my culture’s laws and customs, I’m … Continue reading

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