Archive Bioethic news 2019

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Second state set to legalise voluntary euthanasia

The Champion Who Picked a Date to Die

First prosecution of a Dutch doctor since the Euthanasia Act of 2002: what does the verdict mean?

Generaldirektörer: Mycket återstår för att motsvara medborgarnas förväntan

Can social media improve health? Twitter, Facebook execs weigh in


The Ethics of Gene Editing

Genetic screening of embryos may not lead to smarter babies

Mystery surrounds gene edited babies one year on

Chinese parents test DNA to check if kids will become prodigies

Whose autonomy is it? Botswana socio‐ethical approach to the consenting process

Stem-cell therapies use immune system to repair broken hearts

I Took a Chinese DNA Test. It Told Me to Buy Anti-Wrinkle Cream

We cannot all be ethicists

Genome-edited babies may be justifiable says bioethicist

Real-Life Telepathy Is Closer Than You Think

E-CRISPR could be used to rapidly detect viruses

Bioethicist analyzes ethics of human genome editing

New Zealand to vote on euthanasia in referendum after bill passed

Could artificial intelligence assist decision-making in clinical practice?

Parliament passes euthanasia bill in night of emotionally charged speeches; now it's up to voters