Statement of ethicist and bishops after England starts the organ donation opt-out system

Opt-out law bioethical issues The opt-out law that presumes that [...]

“Death by donation” bioethical approach

The December 2019 issue of Bioethics News includes a report [...]

A still debated issue: the moment of the death of a person. A step forward

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

Functional lungs produced in mice which technique could be useful for human transplants

Lung transplant new possibilities suggest recent findings. Millions of people [...]

Donation of sperm after death is debated in Britain

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

The largest program of uterus transplant from living donors. A third baby was born

The Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and the Baylor [...]

Scientists with 3D – bioink technique print a cornea that mimic human ones. Great hope to patients waiting for cornea donation

Science Daily published an article with the title, 3D printed [...]

Trachea transplants. Medical and ethical assessment of Paolo Macchiarini’s experiments

An interesting article was published recently in “The American Journal [...]

With the aim to find a new sources of organs for transplantation, Japan approves the first human-animal embryo experiments. Positive and negative apects

Scientist Hiromitsu Nakauchi is the first researcher in Japan to [...]

The discovery of the restoration of brain circulation hours post-mortem could change current paradigms of death criteria

A recent article published in Nature (volume 568, pages336–343 (2019) appears to [...]