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Argentine junta leader sentenced for baby abductions

Michael Cook BioEdge If you cannot see the video, please click here. One of the hottest topics in bioethics today is the issue of “genetic orphans” – children created from gametes from anonymous donors. Supporters of anonymous donation find it … Continue reading

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Rare mutations tied to breast, pancreatic cancers: study

Genevra Pittman Reuters Mutations in genes that fix mismatched DNA may put people at extra risk for breast cancer and pancreatic cancer, in addition to their well-known ties to colon and endometrial cancers, a new report suggests. But close relatives … Continue reading

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Mainstream Admits to Vaccine Faults

Source: VaccinationCouncil.org In the latest attempt to “prove” vaccines don’t cause autism, the Institute of Medicine ended up admitting that standard childhood shots can cause just about everything else. This mainest of all mainstream medical bodies — the same group … Continue reading

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Colour-coded children: School puts bright children in different uniforms

Source: Daily Mail A secondary school is ‘streaming’ pupils based on ability in an attempt to attract those from well-off families.  From the age of 11 all pupils are segregated – taught in separate colour-coordinated buildings, play in fenced-off areas … Continue reading

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