March Archive


25 March 2018 | Link
tags: autonomous vehicles, robot ethics
Is collateral damage inevitable on the road to a driverless world?

25 March 2018 | Link
tags: euthanasia, netherlands, philip nitschke
After Australia, the UK, and the US, it pops up in the Netherlands

25 March 2018 | Link
tags: bariatric surgery, obesity
More bariatric surgery, lots more

25 March 2018 | Link
tags: complicity, conscience, conscientious objection, cooperation in evil
When are they complicit in the actions of oppressors?

25 March 2018 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, guernsey
Bill to be debated in the island’s Parliament in May

25 March 2018 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, euthanasia, slippery slope
Leading US bioethicist fears for the future

Xavier Symons | 10 March 2018 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, oregon
A controversial new documentary tells the story of a couple who took lethal medication together.

Xavier Symons | 10 March 2018 | Link
tags: advance directives, dementia, euthanasia, netherlands
A controversial case of euthanasia for a demented patient has come under renewed criticism.

Xavier Symons | 10 March 2018 | Link
tags: advance directives, indonesia, withdrawal of treatment
India's Supreme Court has handed a landmark ruling authorising the use of “living wills”.

Xavier Symons | 10 March 2018 | Link
tags: big pharma, medication
The notorious former pharmaceutical executive was sentenced Friday by a district court.

Xavier Symons | 10 March 2018 | Link
tags: parenthood, surrogacy, three parent babies, womb transplant
Bioethicists are asking, "what counts as genetic parenthood?".

04 March 2018 | Link
tags: california institute for regenerative medicine, cirm, stem cells
But is it a good return on investment? Critics say No.

04 March 2018 | Link
tags: mitochondrial replacement, reproductive rights
It would allow their child to have two genetic mothers

04 March 2018 | Link
tags: canada, euthanasia, prisoner euthanasia
Eight prisoners have applied for medical aid in dying

04 March 2018 | Link
tags: genetic engineering, germline therapy
Enhancing future generations is profoundly dangerous



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