John A. Di Camillo, PhD, BeL, is a staff ethicist at The National Catholic Bioethics Center. He applies Catholic moral theology to science and medicine through writing, speaking, and fielding hundreds of individual and organizational consultations each year. He has spoken and written on maternal-fetal vital conflicts, reproductive technologies, end of life ethics, the determination of death, organ donation, sexual orientation and gender identity issues, and cooperation with evil. His work focuses particularly on institutional collaborative arrangements and health insurance benefits.