A stem cell 'trial' in Florida blinds three elderly women
Exaggerating the facts helps no one.
A parable of media hype
Big Pharma's tests in East Germany were ethical, investigations have shown. Why?
A research institute in Germany has been forced to dispose of 100 brain specimens after discovering they were sourced from illicit medical research.
Human challenge studies speed up clinical trials
Danish researchers post information on 70,000 people
A randomised trial raises ethical complications
When did subjects of medical experiments become "medical heroes""
A new film highlights the controversial experiments by Stanley Milgram
HHS has proposed an overhaul of existing human research ethics guidelines
A new edition of the Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics contains several thought-provoking articles on the ethics of animal research.
A new book makes explosive claims about the business ethics of the Australian distributor of Thalidomide
Johnson & Johnson has appointed America’s best-known bioethicist, Art Caplan.
Focus on other methods of stemming the spread of the disease.
Companies run clinical trials for drugs, even dangerous drugs, cheaper and faster than universities.
After the flurry of criticism for the now infamous Facebook ‘social contagion’ study, bioethicists are defending its authors.
A new animal rights advertisement has sparked controversy in Germany. It vilifies an animal physiology researcher from the University of Bremen, and calls upon the public to treat researchers who experiment on animals with contempt.
Experts are seriously alarmed at a new clinical experimentation bill due to go before the UK parliament. The bill is intended to protect doctors from negligence claims if they chose to experiment with new treatments on dying patients.
Nobel prize winner Shinya Yamanaka has apologized for failing to archive lab data, after allegations that he doctored a photo in a 2000 paper.
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