COVID Vaccine – Ethics and Efficacy Update

All of us will soon be making a decision on whether we will be receiving one of the new COVID-19 vaccines. The goal of NCER is to provide knowledge and understanding of these vaccines, which will give us power to make ethical choices, giving us peace of mind and heart for ourselves and our families. […]

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Thank You for Making 2020 our Best Year Yet

Dear NCER Supporter, The year 2020 has been quite the rollercoaster ride, and we hope you and your families have withstood the barrage of challenges it has brought. We reported the following medical ethics developments to you over the last year: The rogue Chinese medical researcher, He Jiankui, was sentenced to prison for unethically creating […]

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“Clarifying Fetal Tissue Policy Contradictions”

NCER Comments: NCER condemns the use of human fetal tissue from abortions in medical research as unethical for the following reasons: 1) Human embryos and fetuses are human beings in their earliest stages of development. 2) Every human being has a right to life and abortion constitutes the deliberate destruction of a prenatal human being. […]

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Update: Here’s what is known about Trump’s COVID-19 treatment

NCER Comments: Remdesivir is an antiviral drug developed and produced using ethical means. However, results have been weak in preventing both hospitalizations and death. Additionally, itʼs cost is exorbitant at $1,000 per treatment. What about the highly anticipated therapy known as Remdesivir? Is it an ethical and effective option in beating COVID-19?  An excerpt from a recently published [&...

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The Nebraska Coalition for Ethical Research is a statewide advocate for biomedical research that promotes the life, dignity and rights of every human being at each developmental stage.

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