Harms Linked to Unapproved Stem Cell Interventions and Right to Try laws

One of the great advances in medicine is regenerative therapy [...]

Encouraging step to use CRISPR to treat hereditary blood disorders

The CRISPR gene-editing technique has been used to treat some [...]

Hopeful lines of experimentation to recover lost heart muscle and function

The first trials were carried out twenty years ago, in [...]

Vascular diseases treatment based in bioregenerating patient’s own blood vessels

Vascular disorders affect circulation and are a disease with a [...]

Adolescent cancer survivors show safety and satisfaction with ovarian tissue cryopreservation

Our Observatory has published medical and ethical aspects of ovarian [...]

Regenerative medicine. Rats’ heart muscle regenerated

Heart failure is caused by injury to the myocardium (the [...]

A Japanese woman has become the first person with a cornea repaired using iPS, but NHS also obtained good result in this field

We have published two articles on this issue, both in [...]

Concerns about latest researches by Juan Carlos Izpisua’s group

There is no doubting the importance of biomedical research carried [...]

3D bioprinting for regenerative medicine and to produce organs. State of the art and an ethical reflection

A recent article published in the Journal of Stomatology, Oral [...]

FDA wins major victory in campaign against stem cell clinics that marketing bogus and potentially hazardous products

One bioethical issue our Observatory is following is the proliferation of clinics [...]