February Archive


Xavier Symons | 03 February 2018 | Link
tags: canada, complicity, cooperation in evil, euthanasia, law, maid
An Ontario court has told a group of doctors that they must refer for MAiD.

Xavier Symons | 03 February 2018 | Link
tags: charlie gard, law, uk, withdrawal of life support
A court has ordered life support to be withdrawn from an 11-month-old boy.

Xavier Symons | 03 February 2018 | Link
tags: courts, law, uk, withdrawal of life support
Are British doctors obliged to withdraw life support if requested by a patient?

Xavier Symons | 03 February 2018 | Link
tags: cancer, clinical trials, experimental treatments, research ethics
Should cancer sufferers have greater access to experimental treatment?

January Archive


27 January 2018 | Link
tags: china, cloning
But scientists disavow any interest in human cloning

27 January 2018 | Link
tags: angels of mercy, belgium, serial killers
Former nurse may have killed up to 100 people

27 January 2018 | Link
tags: compulsory sterilisation, eugenics, japan
A reminder of a dark eugenic past

27 January 2018 | Link
tags: advance directives, dementia, euthanasia, euthanasia for dementia
If so, how can the present person bind the future person through an advance directive?

27 January 2018 | Link
tags: conscientious objection, uk
A website, the Free Conscience Campaign, launched to back bill

27 January 2018 | Link
tags: science fraud, stem cell ethics, stem cell research
Nobel Prize laureate Shinya Yamanaka takes the blame for a subordinate

27 January 2018 | Link
tags: informed consent
"An abuse of power and a betrayal of trust," says judge

27 January 2018 | Link
tags: attacks on hospitals, physicians for human rights, syria
Reports of a dramatic increase in attacks on medical facilities

20 January 2018 | Link
tags: gay adoption, singapore
A gay couple’s request to adopt the child of an American surrogate mother is refused

20 January 2018 | Link
tags: france
Discussion is sure to be passionate and highly political.

20 January 2018 | Link
tags: euthanasia, netherlands
How do you know if a patient is suffering unbearably?



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