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"The Culture of Life Foundation is a social policy research institute that exists to reveal and present the truths about the human person at all stages of life and in all conditions. We aim to affect public policy by promoting and making available to the public scientific and other factual information relevant to debates about human life and dignity. To this end The Culture of Life Foundation seeks as educator to deepen public understanding of bioethics, marriage and family, human dignity and human solidarity."
The site provides information about Vatican policies and commissions relating to abortion, euthanasia, and various biomedical issues.
"The National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC), established in 1972, conducts research, consultation, publishing and education to promote human dignity in health care and the life sciences, and derives its message directly from the teachings of the Catholic Church. The results of this research are available though this website and our various educational and publishing activities, workshops and seminars." The Center is located in Philadelphia.
"The Center is an international educational center whose purpose is to bring Christian perspectives to bear on contemporary bioethical challenges facing individuals, families, communities, and societies. Projects to date have addressed such topics as euthanasia, genetic technologies, abortion, and the changing face of health care."
"The Anscombe Bioethics Centre is a Roman Catholic academic institute that engages with the moral questions arising in clinical practice and biomedical research. It brings to bear on those questions principles of natural law, virtue ethics, and the teaching of the Catholic Church, and seeks to develop the implications of that teaching for emerging fields of practice. The Centre engages in scholarly dialogue with academics and practitioners of other traditions. It contributes to public policy debates as well as to debates and consultations within the Church. It runs educational programmes for, and gives advice to, Catholics and other interested healthcare professionals and biomedical scientists."