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.

Positive development and research phase of COVID 19 vaccines disseminated by media could not be entirely in line with reality

Last Tuesday, 21 July, an article published in the medical [...]

Male versus female brains controversy. Scientific evidence of their differences

Brains functioning differences define whether an individual is male or [...]

Observatory’s assessment of UN anual report “Freedom of Religion or Belief”

In February this year (2020), UN Special rapporteur Ahmed Shaeed [...]

Bioethical debate on the principle of Procreative Beneficence

The principle of Procreative Beneficence (PB) developed by Julian Savulescu [...]

Medical and bioethical current dilemas raised around the COVID-19 pandemic. Stockpiled vaccines and drugs objective risks

Stockpiled vaccines and drugs for COVID 19 objective risks Introduction [...]

COVID-19 vaccines ethics debate. Cells from induced human abortions used to their production

"Could be used on a temporary basis until other similar [...]

UN’s last report on the rights of disabled persons defends the woman’s “right” to abortion them!

The United Nations’ latest Report of the Special Rapporteur on [...]

Widespread COVID-19 infection among Spanish healthcare professionals did not occur by chance

The Spanish public has been extremely concerned with the high [...]

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

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

75th anniversary (next July) of a continuing nuclear threat. Our reflection.

Current pandemic is like a war without bombs Within a [...]