Upward suicide trend in the coronavirus pandemic. What is the age group that could be more affected?

Suicide is an important issue in bioethics because it is [...]

Suicide in coronavirus pandemic. What is the age group that could be more affected?

Suicide is a relevant issue in bioethics because it is [...]

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 [...]

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

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

Mind and machine. The ethics of brain-computer technologies

Last September, the Royal Society launched a report entitled iHuman: [...]

Down people discrimination before birth in the UK

Down people discrimination, a sad feature of our developed societies. [...]

Loneliness before, during and after coronavirius. Is it an epidemic in our hiper developed countries? Medical and ethical approach

Before addressing the continuos increase of loneliness in Britain and [...]

Ethical concerns in prenatal genetic tests (NIPT). Could they be used for discriminate before birth?

Non-invasive prenatal genetic testing NIPT is a method that uses [...]

UN’s last report on the rights of disabled persons defends the woman’s “right” to abortion them!

The United Nations’ latest Report of the Special Rapporteur on [...]