October Archive


Xavier Symons | 05 October 2018 | Link
tags: embryo research, gene editing, japan
An expert panel released new guidelines late last month.

Xavier Symons | 05 October 2018 | Link
tags: canada, commercial surrogacy, law, surrogacy
Data suggests that almost half of intending parents live abroad.

September Archive


30 September 2018 | Link
tags: uterus transplant
Have you ever considered a black market in uteruses?

30 September 2018 | Link
tags: editorial ethics
What if the publication of research could be dangerous?

30 September 2018 | Link
tags: bioethics, religion
Only public-reason-based arguments cut the mustard

Xavier Symons | 30 September 2018 | Link
tags: blood transfusions, haemophilia, nhs, uk
A public inquiry has begun into the use of contaminated blood for patients with bleeding disorders.

Xavier Symons | 30 September 2018 | Link
tags: fetal tissue research, health and human services, us
HHS is conducting an audit of all acquisitions involving human fetal tissue.

Xavier Symons | 30 September 2018 | Link
tags: identity, india, law, privacy
The Indian government will be restricted in its use of the system's data

Xavier Symons | 30 September 2018 | Link
tags: assisted reproduction, euthanasia, france, law, same-sex parenting
The report recommends palliative sedation as a legal alternative.

22 September 2018 | Link
tags: canada, child euthanasia, euthanasia
It is still banned, but the government is looking at its options

21 September 2018 | Link
tags: transgender children, transgenderism
No reason to question their gender choice

21 September 2018 | Link
tags: privacy
“We need to know if smart pills are going to actually improve patients' lives”

21 September 2018 | Link
tags: australia, ivf
A judge overturns a section of legislation in the Australian state of Victoria

21 September 2018 | Link
tags: euthanasia, palliative sedation, terminal sedation
Distinguishing types of sedation helps to clarify issues

21 September 2018 | Link
tags: clinical trials
A novel model for funding should be considered, say New Zealand bioethicists



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