Bioethics for the Rest of Us

Monday, Jan 16, 2012 - 7pm ET

Fr. Tad Pacholczyk answers:

My daughter has decided against saving cord blood because she’s been told that it could be harmful for her child -- is this true?

I have a sister who has MS, a daughter with Lupus, and a daughter with Mast syndrome -- what can I do to help them at this point?

My daughter was diagnosed with PMDD and prescribed the birth control pill -- what is your opinion of this treatment?

My son is mentally and physically disabled, and his doctor changed his order to “do not resuscitate” without our knowledge -- what should we do in this situation? How could this have been prevented?

As a pediatrician, is there a group I can go to which will support my Catholic values?

What is the Church’s position on the idea that mentally challenged people should be sterilized?

Life Issues, Medical Choices: Questions And Answers For Catholics
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