Conscientious objection and good practice? New Spanish law

When a doctor is pushed to kill rather than cure [...]

Status of women in India, and sex-selective abortion. A short review and a great initiative

On the last International Women’s Day (March 8, 2021) an [...]

Should the concept of brain death be reviewed in the United States? A relevant bioethical issue

“The discussion of brain death should arguably focus on the [...]

Pope Francis affirms that health workers’ conscientious objection to participating in abortion is non-negotiable

“You know that I am very clear about this: it [...]

The collapse of the health system in Alaska due, in some measure, to an irresponsible management of the crisis

An article published in The New York Times (October 6, [...]

THE PRINCIPLE OF AUTONOMY AND THE RIGHT NOT TO KNOW: CASES THAT MAY REQUIRE GREATER CONSIDERATION

In medical ethics, could the patient's right to don't know [...]

China’s communist party rulers against abortions for “non-medical purposes”. A rule more radical than Texas Heartbeat Act

The Chinese government has not managed to reverse the deep [...]

What are the bioethical issues raised by the new law on assisted reproduction in France?

Macron's legal and bioethics reform an advance or a setback? [...]

Assisted reproductive treatments in Europe. Updated vision country by country

We have analyzed in previous articles the ethical, social and [...]

The US Supreme Court begins its activities with great opposition from the powerful pro-abortion movement

The beginning of the activities of the Supreme Court on [...]