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Modular system can perform strand-specific editing without any cuts, but team says more research is needed
It comes as China’s biotechnology sector is bracing for possible export restrictions from the United States


The suspension of a senior staff psychiatrist over her approach to transgender patients has thrown the Queensland Children’s Hospital into turmoil, casting a spotlight on widespread concerns among doctors at the treatment of children with gender dysphoria.


Funding from Big Pharma and Big Food biases scientific health research at every step of the way — from research questions to study methods to results and conclusions — according to a new report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM).


Calvary Hospital will take its fight against a forced takeover by the ACT Government to the ACT Supreme Court next Wednesday 7 June.


In the Bible, Jesus says “Let the children come to me” — but parents and teachers in the US state of Utah have decided it’ll have to wait until high school.


Catholic healthcare provider Calvary will challenge the “validity”of new legislation that has allowed the ACT Government to take ownership and control of the Calvary Public Hospital in Canberra.


Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has backed the ACT Government takeover of Calvary Public Hospital, just two days before legislation is likely to pass the ACT Legislative Assembly.


The UN, WHO, and NGOs like the Gates Foundation want to 'sexualize little children' and 'tear down their natural defense systems' against sex predators, David Sorensen said.


Philadelphia, PA- March 27, 2023- Catholic Medical Association applauds the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) for its “Doctrinal Note on the Moral Limits to Technological Manipulation of the Human Body.”

“We commend the USCCB for its prudent effort in establishing important moral criteria and echo the need for ethical discernment as technology continues to advance,” said ...


The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends that babies should be killed up until the moment they emerge from the birth canal, without delay, whenever a pregnant woman requests it. Through its updated abortion care guideline released in 2022, WHO expects all Member States to implement this policy.

This article is not about whether WHO’s policy is right or wrong, but the process used to reach ...