|Procreative tourism. The dream of Charles, all in San Marino|
We open with the weekly L'Espresso. Hannibal had passed, the Alps But with us, to hear Flamigni, 4 000 couples each year are forced to traces back the passes of the Carthaginian leader. How to stop this useless journey must have thought our national guru of the tube procreation? Simple. Open a clinic in San Marino (extraterritorial) precisely for the 4 000 infertile couples. "Since Act 40 because you can not circumvent bans Italian doctors to target couples abroad, I propose the creation of an extraterritorial clinics in San Marino." More practical and cheaper than that. And the good "technical" Charles. The government would have needed Mountains.
Also on Thursday, 3, Notice to bioethicists and visits to follow. Vladimiro Zagrebelsky informs us that "today the President of the Republic Napolitano receive Nicolas Bratza, British judge at the helm of the European Court of Human Rights. The title is ambiguous: "those rights that Italy does not provide." And as individual rights, the British are always "innovative" there is little star quiet. La Stampa, p. 29.
Friday 4. It opens the Conference & Life Science. Ognibene Francesco Lucio Romano interview on bioethical issues that reiterates: "Our Promise testifies that on the hot topics of bioethics not everything is permitted" (Future, And 'Life). Also on the bishops' newspaper, on p. Graziella Melina 4 shows a beautiful reflection of Cardinal Scola on neuroscience. "The person - says Scola - not artificial and man can not be reduced to mere brain activities."
Sunday 6. Republic. Baby ill, sell a kidney to treat him. Parents heterologous write to Napolitano. In Crete did not meet the minimum standards of safety by ensuring that donors were carriers of genetic diseases. Come on Crete, the Minotaur is dead. More respect for the man. Catherine Pasolini on page 22.
Monday, 7. Corriere della Sera. The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill that eliminates any difference between children and natural children of unmarried couples (p.26).