21 Nov 2015 |
tags: Belgium, euthanasia, prisoner euthanasia
They fail to meet minimum requirements

21 Nov 2015 |
tags: clinical trials, drug testing, transparency
Only two-thirds of clinical trials for new drugs were disclosed in 2012, according to a new study in BMJ Open

21 Nov 2015 |
tags: organ donation, organ transplants, transplant ethics
What will happen when transplants merely improve lives, not save them?

21 Nov 2015 |
tags: Canada, death certificates, euthanasia, Quebec
Doctors are being told to lie about the cause of death

21 Nov 2015 |
tags: commercial surrogacy, India, surrogate motherhood
It's too late to change the system.

21 Nov 2015 |
tags: medical privacy, privacy
Hollywood star blackmailed over HIV status

15 Nov 2015 |
tags: assisted suicide, euthanasia, Netherlands
Patients sometimes refuse morphine, fearing that doctors will kill them.

14 Nov 2015 |
tags: elder abuse, end-of-life care
Doctors need to be able to recognise the tell-tale signs of elder abuse

14 Nov 2015 |
tags: stem cell tourism, stem cells
Many “cures” are problematic and unsustainable

14 Nov 2015 |
tags: Hippocratic Oath, medical ethics
"Acts of an amorous nature" and medicine do not mix

14 Nov 2015 |
tags: bioethics, future of bioethics
Has the discipline become too boring?

14 Nov 2015 |
tags: assisted suicide, euthanasia, media ethics, The Economist
Do ethical guidelines for suicide apply to activists' campaigns?

10 Nov 2015 |
tags: 2016 US election, Ben Carson, bioethics
Hardly anyone mentions the neurosurgeon's extensive experience in the controversial field of bioethics.

7 Nov 2015 |
tags: autonomy, informed consent, mental illness, UK
A British man chooses to die rather than lose his leg.

7 Nov 2015 |
tags: Cambodia, surrogacy, surrogate motherhood
The international market for surrogacy is proving to be very resilient in the face of legal and social disruption

7 Nov 2015 |
tags: 23andMe, clinical trials, genetic testing, internet, Silicon Valley
Internet giants move into medical research.

7 Nov 2015 |
tags: prescription drugs
"You can't hide behind a white lab coat and commit crimes," says DA.

7 Nov 2015 |
tags: abuse of disabled, disability
Woman sentenced to life for enslaving and torturing disabled people.

7 Nov 2015 |
tags: autism, eugenics, plays
The new play Tomcat tests our views about eliminating "neurodiverse" children.

31 Oct 2015 |
tags: assisted suicide, Australia, Philip Nitschke
Severe conditions placed on Philip Nitschke's registration

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