Archive Bioethic news 2018

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September

The future of DIY abortions is the internet, not a back-alley doctor - The Verge

Should we edit the genomes of human embryos? A geneticist and social scientist discuss

Mosquitoes Genetically Modified To Crash Species That Spreads Malaria

Clear up this stem-cell mess

The ethical case against sex-selective abortion isn't simple

Big data, big ethics - how to handle research data from medical emergency settings?

HFEA calls for warnings on unwelcome DNA test results

Prenatal tests are misused for sex-selection in the UK

Genetic risk: Should researchers let people know?

Scientists Create Immature Human Eggs From Stem Cells

Watchdog calls for warnings on DNA testing sites

Artificial Intelligence Advances Could Create Robots that Take Our Jobs, Fight Our Wars

Scientists Are Developing New Ways to Treat Disease With Cells, Not Drugs

Ukraine's 'baby factories' - The human cost of surrogacy

Designing for a Better Death

Why Your DNA Is Still Uncharted Territory

More men are getting plastic surgery — and they’re not who you think

Crispr’s Epic Patent Fight Changed the Course of Biology

Health data overlooks Europe’s most vulnerable citizens

CRISPR used to kill bacteria without antibiotics

First in-body genome editing trial appears safe

The High Cost Of Hope - When The Parallel Interests Of Pharma And Families Collide

Want to live longer? Consider the ethics

The abortion debate doesn’t change, but the science of abortion does

Lab-grown brain bits open windows to the mind — and a maze of ethical dilemmas

The significance of fertility: A landmark ruling on posthumous conception

Selling access to human specimens - Survey reveals public attitudes