A bioethical issue of first relevance due to the advances in embryology and many issues related to the life and well-being of the patient.

In vivo partial reprogramming alters age-associated molecular changes during physiological aging in mice

A research team led by the Spaniard Juan Carlos Izpisúa [...]

Who is free from scientific fraud? Analysis of research in Norway

A recent article published in the journal Science and Engineering [...]

Pregnant and lactating women: “therapeutic orphans”?

Clinical research on some drugs for pregnant and lactating women [...]

Gender transition: Is there a right to be forgotten?

Health Care Analysis has published a new study on gender [...]

Deaths of young people after a clinical trial of gene therapy. Could it affect research on this promising treatment?

Gene therapy risks must be evaluated in each clinical trial [...]

Induced pluripotent stem cells use in the research lines of new cell therapies

In recent years, research that uses stem cells in regenerative [...]

Designer Babies new era. One more step to the ideal child

One of the bioethical issues of most importance and diffusion [...]

Epigenetics of the early development of the human embryo and transgenerational inheritance studies

Studying the possibility of transmitting epigenetic information across generations Until [...]

Patents proposed for gene editing techniques that modify the germ line of the embryo

The WHO recently made a report explaining new recommendations on [...]