April Archive


Xavier Symons | 14 April 2018 | Link
tags: cosmetic surgery, human dignity
Is there something wrong with consensual tongue splitting?

Xavier Symons | 14 April 2018 | Link
tags: abortion, free speech, pregnancy counselling, us
A recent article in the AMA Journal of Ethics says "yes".

08 April 2018 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, hawaii, oregon model, usa
Seventh US jurisdiction since Oregon legalised it in 1997

08 April 2018 | Link
tags: belgium, end-of-life care, euthanasia, flanders
... and nearly 2% have it chosen for them.

08 April 2018 | Link
tags: ancestry testing, genetics, ivf, ivf mixup
Genetic tests can reveal dark secrets

Xavier Symons | 07 April 2018 | Link
tags: neonatal care, premature babies, withholding of treatment
A new article in Bioethics criticises the treatment policies of neonatal care units.

Xavier Symons | 07 April 2018 | Link
tags: consent, organ donation, social media, transplantation ethics, uk
Perhaps social media might be utilised to solicit more donations.

Xavier Symons | 07 April 2018 | Link
tags: allocation of resources, justice, rwanda, withdrawal of life support
A doctor from Rwanda offers a unique perspective on allocation dilemmas.

Xavier Symons | 07 April 2018 | Link
tags: abortion, disability, down syndrome, law, us
Political commentators have clashed in the US over down syndrome abortions.

07 April 2018 | Link
tags: cosmetic surgery
Not just any fish, mind you: just the Asian arrowana

07 April 2018 | Link
tags: genetics, genome sequencing, newborn screening
Care could improve, but there are many sticky ethical issues

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?



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