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What is non-voluntary eauthanasia?
Ending someone's life painlessly when they are unable to ask, but you think they would want it.
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What is surrogacy?
Where another woman carries and gives birth to another couples baby, then look after it.
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When was abortion legalized?
In the UK in 1967.
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When can abortion take place?
The first 24 weeks of a pprewgnancy in the uk.
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What does it mean if you are pro-life?
They believe that a foetus is a person from the moment of conception and believe abortion is murder.
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What is the sancity of life?
Life is important and sacreda as it is a gift from God.
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What Christian denomination believe abortion is wrong, but can be accepted in certain situations?
Liberal Protestants.
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What is cloning?
Ascientific process where cells are copied exactly, so that a new cell is made with the exact DNA of another cell.
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What do Roman Catholics believe about IVF.
Having a baby is not a given right, most are against it breaks the sancity of marriage and the childs right to be born from a natural reproduction, furthermore they are strongely agianst using spare embroyes for scientific research.
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