Research Ethics


When stem cell treatments go wrong, they really go wrong


Why the media need to tread carefully when reporting research findings


Gin and bear it


‘Testing in the East’: an episode in Cold War bioethics


The ugly legacy of Nazi doctors resurfaces


Deliberately infecting healthy patients still happens—ethically


Hackers download OkCupid data without consent


Testing anti-paedophilia drugs


Sanitizing the language of clinical trials


The Experimenter’s pessimism


New research ethics guidelines planned for US


Animal research ethics in question


Thalidomide scandal continues to reverberate


Drug giant appoints bioethicist to head compassionate use panel


Even for Ebola, unproven treatments are dicey, say bioethicists


Have some American homeless become lab rats?


Bioethicists defend ‘manipulative’ Facebook study


‘Treat researchers with contempt’: new animal rights advert


Concern in UK over new medical experimentation bill


Stem-cell apologies multiply with admission from Nobel Prize winner

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