Are we close to getting “universal” organs for transplants?

Scientists in Toronto, Canada, have developed a technique that could [...]

Should the concept of brain death be reviewed in the United States?

“The discussion of brain death should arguably focus on the [...]

Were there more patients on the transplant waiting list during the COVID-19 pandemic?

What happened in relation to transplant programs during the COVID-19 [...]

China’s organ transplantation studies and the ethics of scientific papers

An article published in the British Medical Journal - BMJ [...]

American organ collection questioned. Poor control system and slow reaction of the current government

American organ collection system questioned. A monopoly follows its own [...]

Review of uterus transplantation. Medical and ethical problems

Uterus transplantation presents serious ethical problems from the perspective of [...]

The sperm shortage prompts fertility clinics to expand their search to unimaginable extremes. Sperm donation after death is debated in Britain

A new approach to alleviating the shortage of sperm donors [...]

Organ donation in Pediatrics and Neonatal Medicine. Sensitive ethical and medical topic

Recently, an article entitled “National Recommendations on Pediatric Donation” was [...]

No medical consensus on the moment of the death of a person. Issue that affects public trust

Determining the moment of death remains of singular importance for [...]

Diagnostic tests for brain death: this is the time for universal uniformity

A controversial critical issue for the organ transplantation system: the [...]