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stillbirths: tragedy and controversy (triple helix - summer 2011)

New figures from The Lancet reveal the tragedy of the scale of stillbirths, estimated at around 3 million worldwide, every year; more than 8,200 stillborn babies a day. This vast number eclipses deaths from AIDS/HIV and many other diseases that get far more money. Perhaps unsurprisingly, 98% of these are...

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23 week babies - the price of life (triple helix - summer 2011)

The recent BBC documentary 23 week babies - the price of life represented six months of filming on the neonatal intensive care unit at Birmingham Women's Hospital. Brilliantly filmed and produced, the programme powerfully illustrated the conflicting emotions of parents confronted with a baby struggling for life at 23 weeks....

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'23 week babies - the price of life' on the BBC - a review

15th March 2011: The recent BBC documentary 23 week babies - the price of life represented 6 months of filming on the neonatal intensive care unit at Birmingham Women's Hospital. Brilliantly filmed and produced, the programme powerfully illustrated the conflicting emotions of parents...
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Doubling of baby survival rates stirs abortion debate

1st February 2008: https://http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-wellbeing/health-news/doubling-of-baby-survival-rates-stirs-abortion-debate-776750.html

(published: Independent: 1 February 2008)

Survival rate soars for the babies born early - fuelling the debate over abortion limits

31st January 2008: https://http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/health/healthmain.html?in_article_id=511626&in_page_id=1774

(published: Daily Mail: 31 January 2008)

Resuscitating neonates – The Nuffield Council Report (triple helix - winter 2007)

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics [1] published its long awaited report Critical care decisions in fetal and neonatal medicine: ethical issues on 16 November 2006.[2,3,4] In the weeks leading up to its release there was considerable media speculation about its contents with major newspapers highlighting what individual bodies had said...

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CMF welcomes court decision on Baby MB (15/03/2006)

The Christian Medical Fellowship has welcomed today's High Court Decision to continue treatment for a baby with a rare neurodegenerative condition. The parents of baby MB, who suffers from spinal...
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Disabled and critically ill fetuses and premature babies must get the best possible treatment say CMF and LCF (15/06/2005)

The Christian Medical Fellowship and the Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship have urged that disabled and critically ill fetuses and premature babies must get the best possible treatment. These comments come in...
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Christian medics and lawyers urge Christians to stand up and be counted on current bioethics consultation (14/06/2005)

The Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship and Christian Medical Fellowship have urged Christians to respond to the Nuffield Council on Bioethics’ consultation on the ethics of prolonging life in fetuses and the...
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Submission from CMF to the Nuffield Council on Bioethics' Working Party on The Ethics of Prolonging Life in Fetuses and the Newborn (09/06/2005)

Introduction The Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) is an interdenominational organisation with more than 4,500 British doctors as members. All are Christians who desire their professional and personal lives to be...
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