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Author Index - Philippa Taylor

Philippa Taylor is CMF Head of Public Policy.

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Letters (triple helix - spring 2013)

Foodbanks and poverty As usual your articles (Triple Helix, Winter 2013) are stimulating and helpful, but I was disturbed by the article on Feeding the Poor as it raises many issues, which have continued to exercise me greatly over the past decades. 'The poor' and its definition. We read 'Today,...

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The Smart Drugs Dilemma (triple helix - spring 2013)

Philippa Taylor on the ethical and spiritual questions raised by drugs that increase mental capacity. key points Use of 'smart drugs' or 'brain steriods' is becoming increasingly widespread. So far most warnings about them focus on their addictive qualities... but these are not the only concerns. Smart drugs cannot cultivate qualities...

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Flesh and blood (triple helix - spring 2013)

Giving more than money Review by Philippa Taylor - CMF Head of Public Policy. 'What if the Church saw organ donation as part of its giving?' reads the strapline to a new campaign which wants to mobilise UK churches to promote blood and organ donation. The aim of FleshandBlood is to...

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Submission to a Inquiry into Abortion on the Grounds of Disability (11/03/2013)

A cross party Parliamentary Inquiry has been set up to review the law on abortion for disability, with a particular focus on whether it is discriminatory or not. The Inquiry...
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Submission to a Scottish Parliament Inquiry into teenage pregnancy (05/02/2013)

This CMF submission is a response to a Scottish Parliament inquiry which was set up to review policy at a national and local to reduce teenage pregnancy rates. The inquiry...
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Welsh Government Draft Human Transplantation (Wales) Bill (18/01/2013)

This final public consultation on organ donation by the Welsh Assembly Health and Social Care Committee concerns a draft bill that will introduce presumed consent for organ donation for the...
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cmf file 49 - emerging medical technologies: ethical issues ()

By John Wyatt and Philippa Taylor. John Wyatt is Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics at University College, London. Philippa Taylor is CMF Head of Public Policy Oscar Pistorius made history at the London 2012 Olympic Games by becoming the first double amputee to compete against able-bodied athletes on the...

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Submission to the HFEA Review of scientific methods to avoid mitochondrial disease - 7 December 2012 (30/11/2012)

The UK government regulator for embryo research, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, is consulting on new proposals to allow scientists to create children with three, or even four, parents...
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Organ Donation in Wales: A letter to the Shadow Minister for Health (22/11/2012)

In an effort to improve organ donation rates, the Welsh Government intends to introduce a system of presumed, or deemed, consent to Wales. When a person dies without having expressed...
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Submission to a cross-party parliamentary inquiry into unwanted pregnancy (28/09/2012)

This CMF submission is a response to a cross-party inquiry, chaired by Amber Rudd MP, set up to explore and understand the underlying factors behind unwanted pregnancies in the UK,...
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