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Author Index - Trevor Stammers

Trevor Stammers is a GP, a lecturer in Bioethics at St Mary's University College in Twickenham, and was Chairman of CMF from 2007 - June 2009

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a confluence of evils (triple helix - spring 2024)

There are times when you see a confluence of evils merging from afar, but they merge so slowly that most people remain totally unaware of them, or if they are, they simply shrug their shoulders and move on. I first wrote about my concerns over organ donation from those requesting...

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Essentials : a very short introduction to ethics (nucleus - winter 2024)

It's hard to deny that some things are morally right and others wrong. Those claiming they don't believe in objective morality soon backtrack when a perceived injustice is done to them! Moral realism is the view that ethical claims report facts and are true claims if they get those facts...

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news & comment (triple helix - spring 2023)

when is a baby not a baby? changing the language of abortion Full story at cmf.li/3yfMHlO Jennie Pollock CMF Head of Public Policy On On 27 February 2023, BBC's Panorama ran an 'investigation' into pregnancy advice centres, claiming that they give misleading information to pregnant women. They found 57 centres listed online, could...

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Archie Battersbee's Legacy (triple helix - autumn 2022)

A heart-rending series of legal disputes surrounding twelve-year-old Archie Battersbee was fought not only in the courts but also amidst a blaze of media coverage. Archie was discovered unconscious at home by his mother following a presumed online challenge involving self-asphyxiation, resulting in a cardiac arrest. His heart was restarted...

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Book Reviews (triple helix - Autumn 2020)

Christianity and The New Eugenics: Should We Choose to Have only Healthy or Enhanced Children? Calum MacKellar IVP 2020 ,224pp, £12.199, ISBN: 9781783599134 Reviewed by Trevor Stammers, Reader in Bioethics at St Mary's University and Director of the Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies Most Christians will have no idea of the history...

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the ethics of gene editing (nucleus - February 2019)

Before the completion of the Human Genome Project (HGP) in 2003, it was thought there were around 80,000 coding genes for proteins. One of the big surprises of the mapping was the actual number turning out to be around 25,000, and the rest of the DNA was initially written off...

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Conscience Wars (triple helix - Winter 2018)

There have been increasingly strident calls to see conscientious objection done away with in medicine for well over a decade now. (1) In a famous 2006 polemic published in the BMJ, an Oxford bioethicist asserted: 'A doctor's conscience has little place in the delivery of modern medical care. What should...

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The Ethics of Gene Editing (triple helix - autumn 2017)

Before the completion of the Human Genome Project (HGP) in 2003, it was thought there were around 80,000 coding genes for proteins. One of the big surprises of the mapping was the actual number turning out to be around 25,000, and the rest of the DNA was initially written off...

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Boundary stones in bioethics (triple helix - winter 2016)

Trevor Stammers finds wisdom from the Book of Proverbs on some modern day dilemmas Counter-intuitively, ancient literature in the Bible offers insight into some of the thorny ethical issues of our times. One that came to mind recently is found twice in the book of Proverbs: 'Do not move an ancient...

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Openness unhindered (triple helix - summer 2016)

This book certainly lives up to its name as a former lesbian activist turned Christian author, homemaker, mother and wife shares her life experience and wisdom with a remarkable balance of openness and integrity. She comes across as honest without being in any way sensationalist as she writes about issues relating...

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