April Archive


18 April 2015 | Link
tags: public health, vaccination
"No jab, no welfare", says government.

18 April 2015 | Link
tags: clinical research, clinical trials
WHO has called for the disclosure of all results from clinical trials for medical products.

18 April 2015 | Link
tags: criminal responsibility, eugenics, sterilization
American women may be trading sterilisation for reduced jail sentences.

18 April 2015 | Link
tags: gene of the week, genetic determinism, genetic fundamentalism, genetics
“Our choices at the polling booth may not be as free or rational as we would like to believe”

18 April 2015 | Link
tags: gene of the week, genetic fundamentalism, genetics, genetics and law
“Sex offending is written in DNA of some men” in the headlines after publication of a Swedish study.

18 April 2015 | Link
tags: clinical ethics, clinical trials, randomized clinical trials
Is it an example of "medical monotheism"?

18 April 2015 | Link
tags: Canada, conscience, conscientious objection, euthanasia
No doctor should have the right to conscientious objection, says Udo Schuklenk.

17 April 2015 | Link
tags: Ebola, public health, research ethics
Focus on other methods of stemming the spread of the disease.

12 April 2015 | Link
tags: criminal responsibility, neuroethics, neuroscience, terrorism
Can a teenager be responsible for mass murder?

12 April 2015 | Link
tags: neuroethics, neuroscience
What is the role of neuroscience in the courtroom?

12 April 2015 | Link
tags: blood transfusions, informed consent, Jehovah's Witness
Australian case shows agony of hospital staff.

12 April 2015 | Link
tags: Caesarean sections, surgery
No evidence that a rate of more than 10% saves the lives of mothers or babies

12 April 2015 | Link
tags: dual loyalty, prisons
Guantanamo Bay is not the only place where American health workers’ ethics clash with the need for security.

12 April 2015 | Link
tags: China, organ trafficking, organ transplants
Two Canadian researchers insist that there is sufficient evidence to believe claims of organ harvesting.

12 April 2015 | Link
tags: Guatemala, Guatemala syphilis experiments, informed consent
Johns Hopkins responds that the allegations are groundless.



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