Redefining hormone therapy for gender transition. Current gender dysphoria treatments questioned

Sweden’s Karolinska Hospital has issued new guidelines for the treatment [...]

Recent stealth steps to pass assisted suicide in Germany

Assisted suicide in Germany, the federation of doctors change their [...]

Boys born with an extremely low birth weight (ELBW) age faster than their female peers

Boys born with low birth weight (ELBW) age faster than [...]

US federal court upholds Ohio’s Down syndrome abortion law

Our Observatory has published several articles about persons with Down [...]

Organ transplant discrimination against disabled persons

Another subtle way of discrimination added to discrimination before birth? [...]

Catholic Medical Association – the CMA and COVID 19 vaccination

The Catholic Medical Association — the CMA — is the [...]

Current barriers to implement the necessary end-of-life care

The end of life care is a bioethical issue of [...]

“Sedation until death” in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis for harvesting organs for donation in patients. Bioethical assessment

 News recently published has reported the existence of a protocol [...]

Euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide. British Medical Association poll

"Palliative care professionals 7% in favor and 70% against" We [...]

Review of near-death experiences after clinical death by a neuroscientist

Near-death experiences are triggered during singular life-threatening episodes when the body is injured by a heart attack, shock, or blunt trauma such as an explosion or a fall. These events share broad commonalities: becoming pain-free, seeing a bright light at the end of a tunnel, or detaching from one's body and floating above it and even flying off into space. Why the mind should experience the struggle to sustain its operations in the face of a loss of blood flow and oxygen as positive and blissful rather than as panic-inducing remains a mystery.