August Archive


27 August 2016 | Link
tags: genetic privacy, genetic testing, kuwait
Is its goal defeating terrorism or expelling a minority group?

27 August 2016 | Link
tags: adoption, forced adoptions, israel, stolen generation, yemenite children
How many hundreds of babies were stolen from their parents in the early days of Israel?

27 August 2016 | Link
tags: india, surrogacy, surrogacy law, surrogate motherhood
What will happen to the UAS$1billion business

27 August 2016 | Link
tags: disabilities, end-of-life care, trisomy 13, trisomy 18
JAMA says that the consensus was wrong

27 August 2016 | Link
tags: abortion, marie stopes international, uk
Regulators cite concerns about governance and safety

26 August 2016 | Link
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Duke University law professor Nita Farahany says that head transplants would not pass the consent test

25 August 2016 | Link
tags: conscientious objection, julian savulescu
Does it lead to “bigoted, discriminatory medicine”?

25 August 2016 | Link
tags: gender identity, homosexuality, sexual orientation, transgenderism
Where is the evidence for sexual orientation and gender identity?

Xavier Symons | 20 August 2016 | Link
tags: china, falun gong, forced organ harvesting, organ transplantation
Criticism reached fever pitch as the 26th International Congress of The Transplantation Society convened on Chinese soil.

Xavier Symons | 20 August 2016 | Link
tags: baby boomers, euthanasia, social psychology
Editor of Bioethics says the baby boomer generation are pushing euthanasia.

20 August 2016 | Link
tags: cadaver donations, cremation, donating bodies to science, respect for cadavers
Rising cost of burials could be responsible

20 August 2016 | Link
tags: bioethics, editorial ethics, nejm
Leading medical journal refuses to back down from controversial article

Xavier Symons | 20 August 2016 | Link
tags: cambodia, commercial surrogacy, thailand
Desperate couples are turning to surrogacy agencies in Cambodia.

20 August 2016 | Link
tags: india, surrogacy, surrogate motherhood
Three women tel the BBC of the sorrow of separation

Xavier Symons | 20 August 2016 | Link
tags: artificial intelligence, ethics of technology, gene editing
A Harvard academic’s new book on the ethics of technology asks important questions about the regulation of new developments in science and research.



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