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Author Index - Calum MacKellar

Dr Calum MacKellar is Director of Research at the Scottish Council on Human Bioethics

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Life - is it God's or mine to end? (triple helix - Easter 2011)

The major aim of this short book is to examine the 'value of life' in the light of all the resurrection miracles in the Bible, such as the story of Lazarus, and to ask why they took place. The author concludes these miracles reflect the extremely high value and meaning...

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The End of Life Assistance (Scotland) Bill (triple helix - summer 2010)

12 May 2010 saw the close of the Scottish parliament's public consultation on the End of Life Assistance (Scotland) Bill, expected to be voted upon at the end of the year. This Bill was put forward by Margo MacDonald – Scotland's only independent MSP – who suffers from Parkinson's disease. ...

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cmf file 34 (2007) - chimeras, hybrids and 'cybrids' ()

Early in 2007 a parliamentary committee met to discuss the technological and ethical issues surrounding any possible mixing together of human and animal species. They sat as a response to proposed legislation which, if enacted, would have banned such work. After effective lobbying from scientists and other associated interest groups,...

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Cloning and the Kirk (triple helix - summer 2006)

The Church of Scotland has made a dubious mark for itself by approving the cloning of human embryos for research, swimming against the moral tide of the likes of the United Nations General Assembly, The Council of Europe, The World Council of Churches, President Bush and the Roman Catholic Church....

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Scottish Assisted Suicide Bill - An opportunity to show that sanctity of life trumps autonomy (triple helix - summer 2005)

When the Scottish Parliament was re-established in 1999 (having been united to the UK parliament since 1707), the Scotland Act 1998 restored responsibility for all biomedical matters north of the border except in matters relating to abortion, xenotransplantation (but not transplantation), surrogacy arrangements, human fertilisation and embryology, human genetics and...

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