22 May 2016 |
tags: transhumanism
Is the movement becoming mainstream?

22 May 2016 |
tags: bioethics discourse, public opinion, public policy
Learning from experience of UK in brushing aside controversy

22 May 2016 |
tags: head transplants, neuroscience, organ transplants
Head transplants may not work as planned

22 May 2016 |
tags: genetic engineering, human genome, human genome project
Could lead to genetically-engineered humans

14 May 2016 |
tags: informed consent, internet, privacy, research ethics
Danish researchers post information on 70,000 people

14 May 2016 |
tags: fear-based campaigns, HIV, obesity, public health, smoking, stigmatization
Bioethicists claim that fear-based public health campaigns are effective and not necessarily stigmatising

14 May 2016 |
tags: capital punishment
But will it continue to supply them for euthanasia?

14 May 2016 |
tags: CRISPR, stem cell research
All the highlights

14 May 2016 |
tags: Alcor, cryonics, death, immortality, novels
As Don De Lillo approaches 80, he meditates upon death

7 May 2016 |
tags: euthanasia, Netherlands
Steep rise in end-stage psychiatric disorders and dementia.

7 May 2016 |
tags: altruistic surrogacy, Australia, commercial surrogacy, surrogacy
... but supports altruistic surrogacy

7 May 2016 |
tags: China, Falun Gong, organ donors, organ trafficking
Falun Gong supporters query government announcements

7 May 2016 |
tags: brain death, stem cells
Proof-of-concept clinical trials on 20 patients in India

7 May 2016 |
tags: designer babies, human enhancement
Overwhelmingly against germline modification

1 May 2016 |
tags: euthanasia for children, Netherlands
Government to fund study

30 Apr 2016 |
tags: ethics, medicine and the humanities
What did Will have to say about medicine and health?

30 Apr 2016 |
tags: circumcision, UK
Let them choose for themselves

30 Apr 2016 |
tags: assisted suicide, Canada, euthanasia, indigenous peoples, suicide
Suicide crisis in remote towns highlights need for caution

30 Apr 2016 |
tags: CRISPR, genetic engineering
There are risks, but it could save lives

23 Apr 2016 |
tags: Canada, conscience, conscientious objection, euthanasia
As Canada prepares to legalise euthanasia, an influential bioethicist dismisses appeals to conscience

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