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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

18 Jun 2016 |
tags: China, commodification, sperm donation
But donation goes against strong cultural prejudices

18 Jun 2016 |
tags: disability, Pope Francis
"They become an unacceptable economic burden in time of crisis"

18 Jun 2016 |
tags: Henry K. Beecher, informed consent, medical ethics, Nuremberg Code
A pioneer in modern medical ethics broke some of the rules

18 Jun 2016 |
tags: mitochondrial disease, three-parent embryos, UK
Is a knighthood part of a publicity campaign for three-parent embryos?

11 Jun 2016 |
tags: Belgium, euthanasia, Netherlands, organ donation, organ donation euthanasia
Specialists call for red tape to be cut to allow simpler donation procedures.

11 Jun 2016 |
tags: Belgium, euthanasia, sexual orientation
A 39-year-old man has requested euthanasia because he fears that he may be a paedophile

11 Jun 2016 |
tags: assisted suicide, California, commercialization
As soon as assisted suicide became legal, Lonny Shavelson was in business

11 Jun 2016 |
tags: cyborgs, neural lace, transhumanism
Extraordinary musings from Silicon Valley entrepreneur

11 Jun 2016 |
tags: assisted suicide, Australia, Victoria
Parliamentary committee in Australian state calls for legislation

11 Jun 2016 |
tags: three-parent embryos
Nature article by UK scientists claims method is safe, but there are questions

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