Human challenge studies speed up clinical trials
A randomised trial raises ethical complications
The first womb transplant to take place in the US has failed – under dramatic circumstances.
When did subjects of medical experiments become "medical heroes""
A single vulnerable subject exposed to a dread disease without animal trials -- it's not sounding good
One man is brain dead and six others are in critical condition after a stage-one trial.
Only two-thirds of clinical trials for new drugs were disclosed in 2012, according to a new study in BMJ Open
Internet giants move into medical research.
Australian Researchers have managed to grow a mini-kidney in a laboratory
The UK’s Health Research Authority has given the green light for ten British women to receive womb transplants
The widely prescribed anti-depressant Paxil has been found by researchers to be neither safe nor effective for the treatment of depression.
Johnson & Johnson has appointed America’s best-known bioethicist, Art Caplan.
WHO has called for the disclosure of all results from clinical trials for medical products.
Is it an example of "medical monotheism"?
Informed consent was not completely ignored in the 1980s, researchers find.
The debate surrounding Canada’s marijuana laws has intensified, with Canadian Medical Association (CMA) president labeling medicinal marijuana “bad medicine”.
How to deal with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa seems to be splitting bioethicists.
Companies run clinical trials for drugs, even dangerous drugs, cheaper and faster than universities.
When should pharmaceutical companies grant compassionate use of experimental treatments? How readily available should the drugs be? A PBS news segment considers these issues.
A Portuguese stem-cell trial gone wrong has resulted in a woman developing a nasal growth on her back.
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