Walter Hoye

Infertility, Industry and Income

In Abortion on August 9, 2010 at 12:01 am

Infertility, Industry and Income

According to the Center for Bioethics and Culture (CBC) the infertility industry in the United States has grown to a multi-billion dollar business. And Human eggs are it’s main commodity. Young women all over the world are solicited by multimedia ads via college campus bulletin boards, social media networks, online classifieds offering up to $100,000 for their “donated” eggs. The ads imply the eggs are needed to “help make someone’s dream come true.”

Who Is Asking The Right Questions?

Jennifer Lahl, R.N., M.A., National Director for the Center for Bioethics and Culture (CBC) is asking the right questions: Who is this egg donor? Is she treated justly? What are the short-term and long-term risks to her health? The CBC’s DVD “Eggsploitation” answers these questions and closely examines the booming business of human eggs told through the tragic and soul searching stories of real women who became involved with the infertility industry and whose lives have been changed forever. I highly recommend every leader incorporate CBC’s “Lines That Divide, 2009” DVD and “Eggsploitation, 2010” DVD into their personal collection.

Facing Immoral Medical Malpractices

The Center for Bioethics and Culture (CBC) works hard to help us understand the bioethical issues that impact our humanity, especially among the most vulnerable. Unfortunately, science and medicine does not always apply “human-life-affirming” standards to their work. As we face immoral medical malpractices such as abortion, embryonic stem cell research and assisted suicide it is clear that not all scientific advancement qualifies as human advancement. As watchmen on the wall, we bear the responsibility of warning our people of impending danger. Is our rams horn blowing loud and clear? Are our people prepared to fight back the evil advances of Ba’al inspired bioethics and modern Molech medicine?

Brothers, we really need to talk.

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