Two Covid-19 vaccines do not use cells from elective abortions in their current production

"It is certainly very positive news that the two vaccines [...]

Gestational surrogacy global development, who benefits, who harms? Bioethics considerations

The debate over the issue of gestational surrogacy  (a euphemistic [...]

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 [...]

European public opinion on bioethical topics. Survey on education of citizens on values and attitudes reveals troubling findings

 The high rates of acceptability of issues such as embryonic [...]

The strategy to use frozen embryos in IVF could help to resolve the collapsing of fertility clinics capacity of storage

Two large studies concluded that embryos fresh or frozen options [...]

The status of person of the human embryo from fecundation

"The ultimate postmodern injustice is the refusal to recognise certain [...]

Covid-19 and Trump’s limitations on research using tissue from aborted fetuses: Controversy is reignited

Since the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued [...]

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed one of the strictest abortion bans in the country. Prolife agenda continues

Trump promised during his 2016 campaign to appoint justices who [...]

Bioethical debate on the principle of Procreative Beneficence

The principle of Procreative Beneficence (PB) developed by Julian Savulescu [...]

COVID-19 vaccines ethics debate. Cells from induced human abortions used to their production

"Could be used on a temporary basis until other similar [...]