November Archive


18 November 2017 | Link
tags: euthanasia machine, philip nitschke, rational suicide
The latest step in his campaign to promote rational suicide

18 November 2017 | Link
tags: human germline modification
How will the changes be monitored for generation after generation?

18 November 2017 | Link
tags: blood transfusions, jehovah's witness
Coroner confirms that 27-year-old mother was within her rights

18 November 2017 | Link
tags: female genital mutilation, fgm, islamic bioethics, israel
Two Muslim bioethicists ask for more understanding

18 November 2017 | Link
tags: advertising, social egg freezing
Promotion is mostly persuasive, not informative

Xavier Symons | 17 November 2017 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, suicide, switzerland
Assisted suicide came close to eclipsing suicide as a cause of death.

Xavier Symons | 17 November 2017 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, euthanasia, law, new south wales, victoria
A Vic politician was rushed to hospital after a 26-hour debate.

11 November 2017 | Link
tags: euthanasia, netherlands, taboos
The taboo has gone

Xavier Symons | 11 November 2017 | Link
tags: regenerative medicine
Skin grown in a lab has been used to treat a boy with a life-threatening condition.

11 November 2017 | Link
tags: cremation, respect for body, respect for cadavers
Why not return to the ancient practice of burying the dead instead of cremating them?

11 November 2017 | Link
tags: angels of mercy, euthanasia, germany, mercy killing, serial killers
Niels H abused his position to murder vulnerable people with lethal injections

11 November 2017 | Link
tags: autonomy, bioethics, facebook, social media
Another challenge for justice and autonomy

11 November 2017 | Link
tags: crispr, gene editing, human germline modification
No, says a stem cell scientist

Xavier Symons | 11 November 2017 | Link
tags: commercialization, organ donation, organ market
Is the choice to sell organs a choice we want?

Xavier Symons | 11 November 2017 | Link
tags: artificial nutrition and hydration, best interests, law, uk, withdrawal of life support
A British High Court judge has ruled that an elderly woman in minimally conscious state should have artificial feeding withdrawn



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