March Archive


Xavier Symons | 25 March 2017 | Link
tags: chimera embryos, chimeras, personhood, xenotransplantation
Ethicists are debating the moral issues surrounding chimera research.

Xavier Symons | 25 March 2017 | Link
tags: abortion, law, texas, us, wrongful birth
A controversial bill restricting ‘wrongful birth’ claims has passed the Texas Senate.

Xavier Symons | 25 March 2017 | Link
tags: catholicism, conscientious objection, paternalism, vaccination
Ever wondered what Catholicism says about vaccination?

18 March 2017 | Link
tags: genetic engineering, three-parent embryos, uk
Newcastle University to begin treating couples

18 March 2017 | Link
tags: new zealand, personhood, riverine personhood
Dispute with Maori settled after 140 years

18 March 2017 | Link
tags: clinical trials, research ethics, stem cells
A stem cell 'trial' in Florida blinds three elderly women

18 March 2017 | Link
tags: costa rica, ivf
First child born in local clinic

Xavier Symons | 18 March 2017 | Link
tags: genetic testing, genetics and law, us
A new bill may allow US companies to ‘fine’ employees for failing to provide genetic information.

Xavier Symons | 18 March 2017 | Link
tags: canada, euthanasia, maid, quebec
Requests for euthanasia doubled in Quebec in the second half of 2016.

Xavier Symons | 18 March 2017 | Link
tags: australia, conscientious objection, immunisation, public health, vaccination
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants unvaccinated children banned from day care.

Xavier Symons | 18 March 2017 | Link
tags: middle east, military ethics, syria, war, war crimes
A new report published in The Lancet presents a grim picture of humanitarian abuses in Syria.

11 March 2017 | Link
tags: down syndrome, nipt, non-invasive prenatal testing, nuffield council on bioethics, uk
But supports warning parents over Down syndrome

11 March 2017 | Link
tags: deaf community, enhancement, genetical engineering
If deafness disappears, who will speak their language?

11 March 2017 | Link
tags: ivf, ivf finance
Market is expanding to Asia and Africa

11 March 2017 | Link
tags: public health, taiwan
A bad habit with a huge health cost



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