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UK minister roasted for thousands of UNintended Covid deaths in nursing homes. Why is he supporting INTENDED deaths via ‘assisted dying’?

The deficiencies and dangers of ‘radical individualism’

by Margaret Somerville | March 21, 2021

What is the law on iBlastoids?

by Patrick Foong | March 21, 2021

Can machines be moral?

by Xavier Symons | March 07, 2021





Regenerative clinics: strong language from FDA

by Patrick Foong | August 08, 2020



Covid-19: should we deliberately infect volunteers?

by Patrick Foong | August 02, 2020


Mass gatherings: OK. Mass: not OK

by Michael Cook | June 05, 2020

Is seeking ‘herd immunity’ ethical?

by Xavier Symons | May 09, 2020


In defence of Peter Singer

by Michael Cook | February 22, 2020


India continues to struggle with surrogacy

by Pinki Virani | January 18, 2020


In defence of conscientious objection

by Daniel Rodger and Bruce P. Blackshaw | September 08, 2019

How should chimeric embryo research be regulated?

by Patrick Foong | August 25, 2019

Doctors fight legislation prompted by sex abuse scandals

by ​​​​​​​Anna Almendrala | August 24, 2019


US doctors vote to oppose assisted suicide

by Frederick White | June 20, 2019


Misreporting science is unethical and even dangerous

by Cathal D. O'Connell | May 28, 2019






3 ethical reasons for vaccinating your children

by Joel Michael Reynolds | December 01, 2018



Is it immoral to watch football?

by Cesar R. Torres and Francisco Javier López Frías | September 29, 2018

Euthanasia in Belgium: updates on a social experiment

by Richard Egan | September 02, 2018







Neanderthals cared for each other and survived into old age – new research

by James Ohman and Asier Gomez-Olivencia | April 06, 2018

What is CRISPR gene editing, and how does it work?

by Merlin Crossley | February 03, 2018


No, most people aren’t in severe pain when they die

by Kathy Edgar , Sabina Clapham and Samuel Allingham | December 16, 2017





When a ‘good death’ was often painful

by Caitlin Mahar | September 30, 2017


‘Digital dust’

by Johann Roduit | August 12, 2017

Interview: Lydia S. Dugdale on death and dying

by Lydia S Dugdale | August 04, 2017

Only in Sweden? But why?

by Thomas Jackson | July 24, 2017


Caution needed with multipotent stem cells

by Jill Johnson | June 02, 2017






Has the UK reached a tipping point on assisted suicide?

by Clark Hobson | February 03, 2017