International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide
Description: The International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide is an international leader in the ever-increasing debate over assisted suicide and euthanasia. The goal of the International Task Force is to make certain that a patient's right to receive care and compassion is not replaced by a doctor's right to prescribe poison or administer a lethal injection.
The Discovery Institute
Description: Discovery Institute's mission is to make a positive vision of the future practical. The Institute discovers and promotes ideas in the common sense tradition of representative government, the free market and individual liberty. Its mission is promoted through books, reports, legislative testimony, articles, public conferences and debates, plus media coverage and the Institute's own publications and Internet website. Current projects explore the fields of technology, science and culture, reform of the law, national defense, the environment and the economy, the future of democratic institutions, transportation, religion and public life, government entitlement spending, foreign affairs and cooperation within the bi-national region of "Cascadia."
The Center for Bioethics and the Culture
Description: The Center for Bioethics and Culture (CBC) is composed of Doctors, Nurses, Ethicists, Clergy, Educators, and other professionals coming together to educate and equip people of traditional Judeo-Christian faith in bioethics issues of the 21st Century, a century already christened "the Biotech Century."
Not Dead Yet
Description: Not Dead Yet is one of the nation's premier disability rights organizations. It opposses the legalization of assisted suicide/euthanasia, advocates on behalf of universal human equality in health care, and coordinates outreach to large and small non-profits which advocate for people with disabilities.
Do No Harm
Description: Do No Harm is a coalition of groups and individuals dedicated to educating the public and legislators about ethical approaches to regenerative medicine and cellular medical therapies. It opposes human cloning and embryonic stem cell research, while supporting adult stem cell and other cellular therpies.
National Animal Interest Alliance
Description: The NAIA and the NAIA Trust advance the cause of animal welfare and the rights of animal owners by promoting reasonable animal control laws that impact irresponsible owners and protect customary humane animal husbandry practices; helping animal owners defeat existing laws that unjustly restrict or ban breeds and species or unfairly limit the number of animals an owner can keep; and urging passage of strong laws that target vandalism, harassment, arson, bombing, and other types of domestic terrorism in the name of animal rights and environmentalism
Information on the Terri Schiavo Case
Description: This is the WEB site run and maintained by the family of Terri Schiavo as they struggle to save Terri's life.
The Compassionate Healthcare Network (CHN)
Description: Canadian based CHN opposes euthanasia/assisted suicide and other bioethical policies that threaten the physical existence of any person who is sick, disabled, infirm, dying or otherwise medically at risk.
Americans for Medical Progress
Description: Americans for Medical Progress is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote public understanding of and support for the appropriate role of animals in biomedical research so that scientists are able to continue their quest for cures and improved methods of treatment for illness, injury and disease.
The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity (CBHD)
Description: The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity exists to help individuals and organizations address the pressing bioethical challenges of our day, including managed care, end-of-life treatment, genetic intervention, euthanasia and suicide, and reproductive technologies.
Description: A good site for news and commentary on cutting edge issues in bioethics and biotechnology.