Colpase of health care systems. Delays in the treatment of cancer increase mortality. A robust evidence to guide national policy-making and inform oncologic decision-makers in hospitals

A major bioethical issue for health care services, patients, and [...]

Evaluation of conscientious objection to participate in abortions in South Korea

The power to exercise conscientious objection if one does not [...]

The tsunami engulfing women’s sport worldwide is now approaching the US and the UK. Common sense appears to be lacking

Last December, we published a special report entitled, Transsexuality (transwomen) [...]

The United Kingdom allows scientists to infect healthy volunteers in questioned coronavirus trials

A recent article published in The Washington Post reported that [...]

Geneva Consensus Declaration Promoting Women’s Health, Life rights and Strengthening the Family signed by 29 countries representing over 1.6 billion people

Women healthcare rights are not in conflict with the right [...]

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. [...]

Dying alone. Unprecedented moral implications, another unique feature of the current pandemic

Some doctors working on the front line of the coronavirus [...]