Archive Bioethic news 2018

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New CRISPR tool opens up more of the genome

BioEdge: Swiss doctors go head-to-head over liberal guidelines for assisted suicide

The Results of Your Genetic Test Are Reassuring. But That Can Change.

Same-sex couple carries same baby, calls experience 'priceless'

Rethinking retractions

Designer babies aren’t futuristic. They’re already here.

Sociogenomics is opening a new door to eugenics

Saving Mila: How doctors raced to stop a young girl's rare disease

Self-driving car dilemmas reveal that moral choices are not universal

Genome editing treats inherited liver disease PKU in mice

Reproduction revolution: how our skin cells might be turned into sperm and eggs

'Genetic Screening: Controlling Heredity' Raises Question of Eugenics

Stephen Hawking Predicted That Genetically Engineered Superhumans Could Destroy Humanity

Study to explore bioethics of brain organoids

What makes a good life in late life? Citizenship and justice in aging societies

Spanish Congress to debate euthanasia bill

Whose genome is it anyway? Big Data and your DNA

Genome editing in mouse fetuses may pave way in humans

The Pentagon’s Plans to Program Soldiers’ Brains

Doctors Like to Think Big Pharma Doesn’t Sway Them. It Does.

AI for drug development: What's possible and what's just hype?

Can You Be Found Through DNA, Like the Alleged Golden State Killer? - The Atlantic

Scientists use stem cells and gene editing to make mice with two mums

The approach to predictive medicine that is taking genomics research by storm

Genetics research 'biased towards studying white Europeans'

Japan set to allow gene editing in human embryos

Open label placebo: can honestly prescribed placebos evoke meaningful therapeutic benefits?

Genome editing works in mitochondrial DNA for first time

Uterus transplantation -- ethically just as problematic as altruistic surrogacy -- ScienceDaily