Human Exceptionalism

The Great Stem Cell Debate: Lines That Divide Released by the Center for Bioethics and Culture

The CBC has produced and now released The Great Stem Cell Debate: Lines That Divide, a documentary that will soon be aired on television and perhaps in theaters. Jennifer Lahl, the CBC’s head, has worked her finger to the bones getting this film done and distributed. (Yes, I am in it.) I have seen a rough cut. It is informative, engaging, and provocative.

Anyway, more about when the film can be seen when I have more information. But hit this link for a preview (for Facebook members only). And this link for a shorter preview (featuring moi), and if you are so inclined, the link to purchase a DVD.

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