October Archive


Xavier Symons | 28 October 2017 | Link
tags: abortion, disability, down syndrome, pope francis
The Pope says that people with disabilities face an “attitude of rejection”.

Xavier Symons | 21 October 2017 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, australia, euthanasia, law, victoria
The Victorian Parliament is close to legalising euthanasia.

21 October 2017 | Link
tags: asian values, autonomy, bioethics
Families are much more important

21 October 2017 | Link
tags: euthanasia, netherlands
An elderly woman with dementia was given a lethal injection

21 October 2017 | Link
tags: organ donations
The desperate and indebted are ready to sell their organs

21 October 2017 | Link
tags: burial law, moor murderers
The wishes of England's sadistic killer Ian Brady are not being respected

Xavier Symons | 21 October 2017 | Link
tags: abortion, clinical ethics, consent, professional ethics, uk
Marie Stopes has come under scrutiny after a review of one of its clinics.

Xavier Symons | 21 October 2017 | Link
tags: australia, surrogacy, surrogacy law
An Australian couple has discovered they will not be recognised as the parents of their children.

21 October 2017 | Link
tags: donald trump, goldwater rule, psychiatry
And as you might expect, this has some support from Democrats in Congress

14 October 2017 | Link
tags: beginning of life, conception, department of health and human services, donald trump
A new strategic plan defends life from conception to natural death

14 October 2017 | Link
tags: bioethics, human dignity
Even if bioethicist object, patients complain that they are not treated with dignity. So it must mean something

14 October 2017 | Link
tags: bioethics commissions
There are at least two different schools of thought: consensus commissions and non-consensus commissions

14 October 2017 | Link
tags: human embryos, organoids, stem cells
Scientists are facing whole new set of ethical issues

14 October 2017 | Link
tags: divorce, gene of the week
If divorce is genetic, counselling has to change

Xavier Symons | 14 October 2017 | Link
tags: canada, dementia, euthanasia, maid
A new study claims that 91% of Quebec caregivers agree with MAiD for the demented.



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