A Tempa, Arizona clinic takes patients who are disappointed with conventional oncologists. Its reported remission/recovery rates are startling.
StemExpress tried to get a gag order to silence a video exposing its role in the baby parts scandal. The attempt failed and now the company is giving up on a related lawsuit.
It turns out a technology developed by skin care company Skincential Sciences can be used for DNA collection. So restoring the glow of a youthful complexion may compromise your privacy.
Thanks to a recent court ruling, doctors will no longer be forced to ‘change the sex’ of a child if they believe it will cause the patient harm.
You’d expect the laws of science to be unchanged across national boundaries. Then why does the European Union consider mercury fillings toxic but US authorities do not?
When we think of Big Pharma, we visualize companies spending billions on research. The fact is the industry spends much more on marketing than on science.
In an act of desperation,an Idaho branch of the abortuary is suing a pro-life women’s health center over its truck. The strategy could backfire. Wonder if this qualifies as a frivolous lawsuit, which could carry big penalties?
You’d think France would put more emphasis on sites that promote terrorism. But certain leaders see the pro-life movement as more of a threat.
The state says to forget about your conscience and your oath, just remind terminally ill patients that assisted suicide is an option. That’s why two groups of Vermont doctors are suing the state.
The Senate Judiciary Committee’s investigation has reportedly discovered Planned Parenthood’s and fetal tissue companies’ various violations of laws against selling human body parts.
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