Bioethics Observatory of the Catholic University of Valencia. Up-to-date special reports from the Bioethics Observatory at the Catholic University of Valencia (Spain), covering a wide range of bioethical, biological, biotechnological, biomedical issues including stem cell research, abortion, assisted suicide, gene editing and much more. Our staff of cualificated authors of our Univeristy,  presents general interest and specialised reports with ethical implications, based on the latest research findings from the world’s top medical and scientific journals.

Should the concept of brain death be reviewed in the United States? A relevant bioethical issue

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

Conscientious objection or good practice? New Spanish law

When a doctor is pushed to kill rather than cure [...]

THE PRINCIPLE OF AUTONOMY AND THE RIGHT NOT TO KNOW: CASES THAT MAY REQUIRE GREATER CONSIDERATION

In medical ethics, could the patient's right to don't know [...]

What are the bioethical issues raised by the new law on assisted reproduction in France?

Macron's legal and bioethics reform an advance or a setback? [...]

Designer Babies new era. A step to the ideal child

One of the bioethical issues of most importance and diffusion [...]

Excess mortality has been observed not directly attributable to SARS-CoV-2 virus infection. Are more patients on the transplant waiting list during COVID pandemic?

What did occur in relation to transplant programs during the [...]

Right to kill, right to be killed: a moral pandemic threatens Europe

Last month we witnessed two sad events. On the same [...]

So-called human right to kill another human being: A new attack on human embryo

Report asks the European Parliament to pass a resolution in [...]