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Have you signed the One of Us petition? Let me rem...
Posted on 1 July 2013.
Please SIGN the One of Us petition in defence of the right to life of the human embryo! One of Us is a European initiative with the aim of promoting legal protection of the human embryo from the moment of conception. One of Us asks the EU to end the financing of activities which presuppose the destruction of human embryos, in particular in the areas... 
One of Us campaign – how are we doing?...
Posted on 15 April 2013.
The importance of protecting the human embryo is clear.  We must reverse the scientific trend which treats early human life as disposable experimental tissue with no real value.  Well done to those who have signed the One of Us petition so far.  The UK now has 4,624 signatures on the One of Us petition. Since last week, we gained... 
Poll on Three Parent Babies...
Posted on 21 March 2013.
Please see attached link for a poll on the ethics of three parent babies: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/9942873/Britain-on-course-for-three-parent-babies.html. The ProLife Alliance has been involved in a consultation with the HFEA on mitochondrial disease for the past year.  This is a very disturbing ethical issue in which your... 
HFEA Consultation on Mitochondria Replacement – ...
Posted on 1 November 2012.
And now for something a little difficult !  The Human Fertilisation and Embryology (HFEA) is currently running a consultation on a new proposal aimed at curing serious genetic diseases which are transmitted to the child through faulty maternal mitochondria. For details of this consultation go to the HFEA website at: http://mitochondria.hfea.gov.uk/mitochondria The... 
Federal judge rules Obama embryonic stem cell fund...
Posted on 25 August 2010.
US District Court Judge Royce Lamberth on Monday 23 August granted an injunction against federal embryonic stem cell funding in a landmark ruling. In July last year the Obama administration issued guidelines allowing federal funding for embryo-destructive research in spite of a 1996 law passed by Congress which explicitly banned the spending of taxpayers’... 
Petition: Right to Life of the Human Embryo...
Posted on 11 May 2009.
Across the European Union pro-lifers in member countries are collecting signatures for this petition in defence of the right to life of the human embryo, to coincide with the 60th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights. It is vital that the United Kingdom supports this initiative. The European Union is the only vehicle for receiving such a... 
Has your MP signed EDM 144 welcoming the first-eve...
Posted on 17 January 2009.
The following Early Day Motion in favour of adult stem cell research, and drawing attention to the empty promises of embryo research, is available in Parliament for MPs to sign. You can see if your MP has signed this EDM by clicking on the link below. If your MP has not yet signed this EDM, you can contact your MP to ask them to sign the motion, which... 
Human tissue could be taken from the infirm withou...
Posted on 19 October 2008.
Just when you thought that it couldn’t possibly get any worse (we already have skyhigh abortion rates, moves to make abortion even easier, all the evidence against late abortion is being ignored, mass destruction of human embryos, and the prospect of animal-human hyrbids being created), the Sunday Telegraph is reporting that the Government will... 
Born at 22 weeks and 3 days: Will’s Story...
Posted on 11 February 2008.
My son, Will, was born in 1998 at 22 weeks 3 days. I understand that he is Britain’s earliest surviving baby. Will wasn't treated for a long time because of his gestation. I held him in the delivery suite for 7 hours with no intervention as we waited for him to die. The hospital took him down to the Special Care Baby Unit at 7 hours old.... 
Animal-Human Hybrid Battle So Far...
Posted on 10 September 2007.
On 5th September, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) decided that there was no “fundamental reason” to oppose research on animal-human hybrids. This acceptance of interspecies hybridisation, by the agency supposed to regulate the national usage of human embryos, marks an horrendous turn in the sorry history of research in human...