June Archive


Xavier Symons | 25 June 2016 | Link
tags: bioethics, brexit, eu, european union, law, uk
Brexit may lead to significant changes in biomedical policy in the UK

25 June 2016 | Link
tags: animal rights, animal welfare, bioethics
Oxford don tries living as a badger to expand his horizons

25 June 2016 | Link
tags: assisted dying, bma, uk
Fails to surface in the media

Xavier Symons | 25 June 2016 | Link
tags: australia, clinical ethics, law, torture
Australia’s asylum seeker policies have been subject to intense international scrutiny – even in the world of bioethics.

25 June 2016 | Link
tags: altruistic surrogacy, canada, commercial surrogacy, surrogacy
Getting in touch with your inner earth mother goddess

Xavier Symons | 25 June 2016 | Link
tags: conscience, conscientious objection, uk
A new UK Parliamentary Inquiry into conscientious objection was launched this month.

Xavier Symons | 25 June 2016 | Link
tags: art, sperm donation, us
The American tabloid media was abuzz this week with news that a New York Mathematics Professor had fathered 22 children through informal sperm donation.

25 June 2016 | Link
tags: utilitarianism
A practical application of utilitarian theory spurned by the public

25 June 2016 | Link
tags: china, falun gong, organ trafficking, stem cell research, stem cell tourism
Confusing signals from China over stem cells and organ transplants

21 June 2016 | Link
tags: bioethics, interviews
A leading voice in American bioethics peers into the future in his new book

18 June 2016 | Link
tags: 2016 US election, confidentiality, Donald Trump, psychiatry
Professional associations ban comments on public figures

18 June 2016 | Link
tags: informed consent
Can a child ask for withdrawal of treatment?

18 June 2016 | Link
tags: transgender, uterus transplant
The short answer is: don't hold your breath

Xavier Symons | 18 June 2016 | Link
tags: gun control, public health, rampage killing
The American Medical Association has labelled gun violence a “public health crisis” and called on congress to fund research into gun related crime.

18 June 2016 | Link
tags: China, head transplants, transplant ethics
Ethicists have serious doubts about the procedure, even in China



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