April Archive


07 April 2017 | Link
tags: chemical weapons, syria
Rebel hospitals and clinics targeted by air strikes

Xavier Symons | 07 April 2017 | Link
tags: art, genetic affinity, ivf, singapore, wrongful birth
A Singaporean court has ruled that parents have a strong interest in their 'genetic affinity' with their children.

Xavier Symons | 07 April 2017 | Link
tags: ethics of technology, privacy, security
A small Swedish tech company is microchipping its employees for security access.

07 April 2017 | Link
tags: australia, monash ivf, sperm donation, uk
Male gametes become a commodity which crosses borders

07 April 2017 | Link
tags: capital punishment, death penalty
It will run out of lethal drugs before the end of April.

Xavier Symons | 07 April 2017 | Link
tags: 23andme, genetic testing, law, us
A new set of 23andMe genetic tests have been authorised by the FDA.

07 April 2017 | Link
tags: euthanasia, netherlands
It could stigmatise the elderly

02 April 2017 | Link
tags: commercial surrogacy, commercialization, india, surrogacy
A huge and growing industry is under threat

02 April 2017 | Link
tags: bioethics
Do bioethicists need to redefine themselves to defy “authoritarian populism”?

02 April 2017 | Link
tags: cyborgs, transhumanism
Silicon Valley icon launches new company

02 April 2017 | Link
tags: moral bioenhancement, psychopathy
Croatian bioethicists say it should be compulsory

Xavier Symons | 01 April 2017 | Link
tags: assisted dying, assisted suicide, hawaii, us
Hawaii’s House of Representatives have “deferred” a medical aid in dying bill.

Xavier Symons | 01 April 2017 | Link
tags: clinical ethics, consent, google, law, privacy, professional conduct
A significant minority of doctors will “Google their patients” at some point.

Xavier Symons | 01 April 2017 | Link
tags: human trafficking, insemination, surrogacy, us
A 47-year old Florida woman has been jailed after holding a Mexican surrogate “captive”.

Xavier Symons | 01 April 2017 | Link
tags: embryo experimentation, embryo research, gene editing, law, netherlands
The Dutch Health Council has recommended that scientists be allowed to create embryos specifically for research purposes



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