BRITISH EXPERTS INVESTIGATE HEALTH OF IVF BABIES

LONDON, October 23, 2002 (LSN.ca) – British health authorities have been asked to investigate problems among children conceived through artificial fertility methods, including a greater likelihood of birth defects.  Two studies published in The New England Journal of Medicine this year suggest that test-tube babies are more likely to be underweight and born with a major birth defect.  An estimated 1 million babies worldwide have been conceived through IVF since Louise Brown, the first test-tube baby, was born in 1978 after being transported, as an embyro, inside a rabbit before insertion into her mother’s womb.  For two sample abstracts from […]
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KOPP LAWYER CAMBRIA TO QUIT CASE The lawyer for accused abortionist-shooter James Kopp, Paul J. Cambria Jr., is expected to quit as Kopp’s defense attorney in the next few days. Sources cite “sharp differences of opinion” between Cambria and Kopp’s friends and advisers. When Cambria first agreed to represent Kopp in June 2001, he said he would defend the case “on the evidence” and would never turn the case into a political forum on the politics and ethics of abortion.  https://www.buffalonews.com/editorial/20021020/1023308.asp   ARIZONA SUPREME COURT RULES STATE MUST PAY FOR ABORTIONS   The Arizona Supreme Court ruled 3-2 Tuesday that […]
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OUTGOING ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY ISSUES LAST WARNING

TORONTO, October 22, 2002 (LSN.ca) – Dr. George Carey, who is retiring as Archbishop of Canterbury, warned this week that his successor, Dr. Rowan Williams, must deal with the worldwide repercussions for Anglicanism of renegade Vancouver Bishop Michael Ingham’s endorsement of same-sex marriage.  “What I’m very worried about,” Carey said after a service to mark the 125th anniversary of University of Toronto’s Wycliffe College, “is when one diocese in province X makes a decision that actually is going to undermine our collegiality and unity. … I’m saying to [Ingham] and to the House of Bishops [that] if you go this […]
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