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by Jennifer Lahl, CBC President on April 2, 2014

We are in a very busy season here at the CBC. I am traveling extensively, showing Breeders and Eggsploitation, speaking on surrogacy and egg donation, attending and speaking at conferences, and meeting with allies and supporters. Below is just a sampling of the terrific content that we are regularly posting on the CBC website. We could not do this important work without your help—thank you! Be sure to visit regularly to keep up with all the latest.
 —  Jennifer

PS: I have an op-ed, with CBC Consultant Kathleen Sloan, that has just been published in the Minneapolis/St. Paul newspaper (the Minnesota legislature is considering legalizing commercial surrogacy): “Inconvenient Truths about Commercial Surrogacy”


Baby Farms

by Christopher White, CBC Director of Education and Programs

The Daily Mail recently featured an article titled “Wombs for Rent” that praises the surrogacy enterprise as a means of “transforming the lives of poverty-stricken women” in India. India has been a hotspot for commercial surrogacy since the early 2000s, particularly for couples from the UK, Australia, and […]


Assisted Suicide Corrupts Doctors Too

by Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC

A Yale medical professor has written an important article in the Hastings Center Report. He prescribed drugs for a patient, not terminally ill, knowing she would use it to kill herself. First, her reasons for wanting to die were consistent with those often expressed by people who legally commit assisted suicide. From, “Physician Assistance in Dying: A Subtler […]


Eggsploitation in Japan

by Jennifer Lahl, CBC President

I was interviewed for an hour yesterday by two journalist from Japan who are working on a feature piece for Japanese news on egg donation. The Japanese are considering expanding the egg donation ‘market’ there. Currently, altruistic donation is legal, but it is not widely practiced. We have been working with a professor at the […]


The Eleventh Annual Paul Ramsey Award Dinner

by Matthew Eppinette, CBC Executive Director

I may be biased, but I think this Ramsey Dinner may be the best one we’ve had. Dr. William Hurlbut, a Scholar of our Paul Ramsey Institute, presented the 2014 Paul Ramsey Award for Excellence in Bioethics to Dr. Daniel P. Sulmasy of the University of Chicago. Dr. Sulmasy spoke of Paul Ramsey’s method of […]


To Love—or Kill—Disabled Children?

by Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC

Sometimes life gives me emotional whiplash. On one hand, a little Canadian girl named Emma narrates a sweet short film about her younger brother Teddy, disabled by cerebral palsy. Teddy is valued and loved. From the […]


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