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Scientific research has the potential to be used for good, yet UK law allows embryos to be created for research and then destroyed after 14 days. It also allows the use of embryonic stem cells and the creation of animal human hybrids. Yet at conception an embryo is genetically distinct from the mother and is a new, unique human being. All of the hereditary characteristics of this new person are established, including colour of eyes, gender and build. Unborn children should therefore be shown great respect from fertilisation. At Christian Concern we seek to defend the sanctity of life and raise a Christian voice in this arena.


  • January 13th, 2017
    A new lab procedure that could create sperm and eggs from people’s skin may lead to large-scale "embryo farming", scientists have warned.
  • December 16th, 2016
    Tim Dieppe comments on his interview with James Whale on TalkRadio about three-parent babies last night. James defended the practice of eugenics in the interview, arguing that we could improve humanity.
  • December 8th, 2016
    Christian Concern's Communications Officer, Camilla Olim, has commented on a new campaign by the British Advisory Service to make the 'morning after pill' cheaper and more easy to obtain.
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