Catholic Medical Association statement on vaccination against COVID-19

The Catholic Medical Association, the largest association of Catholic individuals [...]

Current barriers to implement end-of-life care

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

Sedation in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis for the extraction of organs for donation

 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

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.

Disparities in preterm prescriptions medication and treatments is an urgent issue to be resolved

Neonatal medicine faces a great challenge because of an important [...]

Circumcision in developed countries. Ethical approach of this surgical irreversible intervention

Only in the U.S.A., 58% are being circumcised. This  procedure is [...]

Mental health applications for the treatment of depression. Ethical considerations

The emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in medical care has [...]

American Supreme court rules in favour of conscientious objection of employers

Bioethics and conscientious objection have a close relationship from a [...]

Is it true that there are vaccines produced using aborted fetuses?

As we know, several initiatives are being carried out to [...]

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