Men should have the right to cast off all ties and obligations for their children
A policy of cremation or burial has become a major political and ethical dispute
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon says she would consider funding abortions for women from Northern Island.
Cecile Richards insists that its doors will remain open
A UK bill that would restrict disability-selective abortion has passed its second reading.
Shift from the 'reasonable doctor' to the 'reasonable patient'
Abortion by prescription now rivals surgery in the US, according to 2014 Planned Parenthood data.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have traded blows over abortion, in what was perhaps the clearest statement yet of each candidate’s position.
The head of Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) has vowed to continue his fight to ban abortion
A well-known moral philosopher says issues of cooperation in wrongdoing are essential to understanding conscientious objection.
The editors of two major bioethics journals calling for strict limits on “conscientious objection at the bedside”.
Bioethicists have not given up on the idea of infanticide.
The latest figures suggest that pre-natal tests are to blame
Two recently issued judicial opinions have slowed attempts in the United States to restrict abortion laws.
A disability advocate reflects on life with two disabled children.
Several bioethicists are campaigning for tight restrictions on conscientious objection in healthcare.
Regulators cite concerns about governance and safety
A safer and more accurate screening test for Down Syndrome is set to become available on the UK’s NHS.
In a provocative interview with BioEdge, influential bioethicist and philosopher Rob Sparrow discusses various current controversies in bioethics.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee says that Ireland’s abortion laws are a violation of human rights.
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