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  • Lauren Hill Should Have Received the ESPY Arthur Ashe Award, Not Caitlyn Jenner
  • 7/20/2015
  • (LifeNews.com) - Last week, Caitlyn Jenner received the ESPY Arthur Ashe Award for Courage (an award presented by ESPN). Many including myself believe Lauren Hill, a freshman basketball player at Mount St. Joseph University who bravely fought brain cancer and passed away in April, should have been the recipient of the award.
  • Ethical Stem Cells Grow Tiny Human Hearts
  • 7/17/2015
  • (NRO) - Remember when THE SCIENTISTS! insisted that embryonic stem cells and human cloning were the ONLY HOPE to create a vibrant regenerative medical sector? People bought the mendacity, and as one consequence, California is now stuck with the borrow-and-spend-billions boondoggle known as the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
  • Why Recovery Times Vary Widely after Brain Injury
  • 7/16/2015
  • (newswise.com) - Why do some youngsters bounce back quickly from a traumatic brain injury, while others suffer devastating side effects for years? New UCLA/USC research suggests that damage to the fatty sheaths around the brain's nerve fibers--not injury severity-- may explain the difference.
  • Mom Rejects Assisted Suicide: "I Won't Give Up Even One Day With My Child"
  • 7/15/2015
  • (LifeNews.com) - In 2002, doctors told Chastity Phillips that she had an incurable form of bone cancer called chondrosarcoma and needed to undergo a risky surgery to prolong her life.
  • Dead for Six Seconds, Jockey Making Comeback
  • 7/14/2015
  • (beinsports.com) - Dead for six seconds in 2013 - Brian Toomey made a remarkable return to racing at Southwell on Sunday. Jockey Brian Toomey returned to racing on Sunday following a remarkable recovery from an injury that left him dead for six seconds in 2013.
  • The Dilution of Human Dignity
  • 7/12/2015
  • (NRO) - The term "human dignity"-properly understood-embodies the objective principle of equal and intrinsic moral worth of every human being. These days, it is too often conflated with subjective notions of behavior, aesthetics, and now in the same sex marriage case, a newly coined constitutional right to self-identity.
  • People with Brain Injuries Heal Faster If they Get Up and Get Moving
  • 7/10/2015
  • (scpr.org) - When Kate Klein began working as a nurse in the Cleveland Clinic's Neurointensive Care Unit, one of the first things she noticed was that her patients spent a lot of time in bed.
  • Netherlanders Pressured into Euthanasia
  • 7/08/2015
  • (NRO) - Netherlanders are pressured into "choosing" euthanasia, reads the story. I'm not surprised. This has been true for many years.
  • California Aid-In-Dying Bill Shelved for the Year
  • 7/07/2015
  • (LA Times) - Lacking the votes to pass a key committee, a bill that would allow physicians to prescribe lethal doses of drugs to terminally ill patients in California was shelved Tuesday, likely until next year.
  • NEW! Life & Hope Network's Monthly e-Newsletter!
  • 7/06/2015
  • (Life & Hope e-Newsletter) - Read all of the vital news on the issue of health care, euthanasia and the medically vulnerable!