How the Internet is changing reproductive medicine Couples struggling with infertility today have more options to find donors, thanks to the Internet. And the growth of social networking is helping many donor offspring find the truth about their genetic origins. Midmorning discusses what happens when participants in reproductive technology lose their anonymity via the Internet.9:06 a.m.
Jeffrey Kahn: Director of the Center for Bioethics at the University of Minnesota.
Andrea Braverman: Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and director of Psychological and Complementary Services at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey.
The Kerri Miller Book Club: 'Moral Man and Immoral Society' Reinhold Niebuhr was one of the most influential, and controversial, theologians and political theorists of the 20th Century. President Obama has called him his favorite philosopher. Two scholars discuss the essence of Niebuhr's philosophy and the book, "Moral Man and Immoral Society."10:06 a.m.
Kevin Mattson: Professor of contemporary history at the University of Ohio.
Gary Dorrien: Reinhold Niebuhr professor of social ethics at Union Theological Seminary.