21st Century Technology for the Pro-Life Movement
February 6, 2014 – Today, LifeTech announces that its Eleventh Annual Conference will be held on Saturday, September 6, 2014 at The Mandalay at 2700 East River Road in Dayton.
“The Mandalay is a beautiful facility, offers easy access to I-75 and is owned by pro-life people,” said John O’Neill, President of LifeTech. “We are excited to be at The Mandalay this year,” O’Neill continued.
LifeTech is accepting abstracts for presentations and research papers for this year’s conference. The theme for this year’s conference is “21st Century Technology for the Pro-Life Movement.” Examples of topics that fall under this theme include:
Ethical Fertility Breakthroughs
The Use of the Internet to Stop Abortionists (particularly the Kermit Gosnell case)
The Problems of Aging
Technology that will extend life and improve the quality of life
Changing Demographics – not enough young people
Statistics on out-of-wedlock births and how it affects welfare
Adult Stem Cells Being Converted to Embryonic Stem Cells
LifeTech was initially founded as the Ohio Right to Life Technology Task Force to provide Ohio Right to Life with technical advice on applying technology to advancing the pro-life cause. LifeTech established the first Ohio Right to Life web site, advised on upgrading the computer installation at Ohio Right to Life, and advised various Right to Life chapters about computer selection and installation.
LifeTech’s primary event is a conference which is held annually. Physicians, Engineers, Scientists, College Professors, and others come together to present and learn about Pro-Life issues.