The Anencephalic Infant; Are They People Too?

The use of anencephalic infants as an organ source has been a hot button issue for years. Anencephaly is defined as "a central nervous system abnormality that is characterized by congenial absence of the forebrain, skull and scalp". Infants with anencephaly do not typically live more than a few days. Death is certain in their [...]

When Enough is Enough

As technology continues to advance, people are becoming more and more reluctant to believe that Persistent Vegetative State (PVS) is irreversible and are therefore more willing to hold on longer to their loved ones. Brain imaging allows physicians to see the structure and function of the brain as well assist them in locating areas of [...]

Female Sterilization the Morbid Solution to Overpopulation

Over population has plagued the global world for decades. The earth’s resources are being depleted each and every day. Human consumption is increasing at an alarming rate; cities are over crowded which poses serious threats of sickness and disease. In response to this issue of overpopulation, some countries have decided to take matters into their [...]

Haiti Relief Fundraiser Thursday January 20, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 17, 2011 Fordham Law School Disaster Relief Network to host, “Renewal and Rebirth: A Fundraiser for Haiti” on January 20, 2011. In commemoration of the one-year anniversary of Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, Fordham Law School’s Disaster Relief Network (“DRN”) will host “Renewal and Rebirth: A Fundraiser for Haiti” on Thursday, January 20, [...]