English sperm donor wins legal battle after clinic used his sperm against his wish nine times

We have published several articles about fertility clinics' procedures (read [...]

Political trends in scientific journals. The New England Journal case

"Abortion right in peril" NEJM The New England [...]

Gene editing. The need for research with human embryos to treat diseases according to the new Nobel Prize winner

We have published an article about The Second Summit of [...]

HIV reservoirs are discovered after antiretroviral therapy. They could be the cause of long term effects in patients

Our Observatory has published several articles on the HIV epidemic [...]

Opioid litigation in the United States. The crisis appears to be far from being resolved and deaths continue to rise

As we said in two previous articles (HERE and HERE), [...]

The sperm shortage prompts fertility clinics to expand their search to unimaginable extremes. Sperm donation after death is debated in Britain

A new approach to alleviating the shortage of sperm donors [...]

COVID 19 singularities. Lower incidence among intensive care staff in the UK

We have published some articles about the singularities COVID 19 [...]

U.S. physicians have one of the highest rates of suicide of any profession

For the third annual observance of National Physician Suicide Awareness [...]