Archbishop Anthony Fisher and Sr Miriam Caritas of the Sisters of Life explore why the Church stands for life and challenges in bioethics.
Sydney Life Marriage & Family Centre’s Fenelle McLaurin speaks on the morality of IVF, marital love, and the commercialisation of children and donors.
In this interview with Professor Nicholas Tonti-Filippini we discuss some of the ethical issues around IVF, as well as the possibilities and benefits of increasing awareness of natural fertility methods.
We spoke to Plunkett Centre for Ethics director Dr Bernadette Tobin to find out about an alternative way to think about conscientious objection; does it exist as a right for government to protect, and should there be limits to that right?
Paul Bizzanes presents an overview of the stem cell market and the state of stem cell research, the Church’s position on adult and embryonic stem cell research, how embryonic stem cell research relates to end-of-life issues, and current adult stem cell therapies.
Paul Bizzanes discusses the issues surrounding two current topics in bioethics and biotechnology: Stem-cell research and cloning.
Paul Bizannes explores the development of legislation on stem-cell research in Australia, what stem-cells are and the current state of research, and the prospect of embryonic vs. adult stem cells in medical treatment.
Vaccines have long proven helpful in the fight against diseases for a number of centuries. But can the desire to prevent disease push to the side concerns about side-effects and unintended consequences? Natasha D sat down with Dr Little to hear about her investigation into Gardasil, and how the truth may have been sacrificed in the safeguard process.