External Link - Source: Guardian
The leading scientific journal Nature argued yesterday for increased
safeguards for future cloning papers, in response to the scandal
surrounding Woo Suk Hwang's faked cloning research.
#Bioethics News: On Wednesday, the German Court overturned a ban on organized medically assisted suicide, concluding that the right to die “includes the freedom to take one’s life and to rely on the voluntary help of another person.” https://t.co/7ajJe9cyUJ
#Bioethics News: Research agencies have misinterpreted a law that requires them to post clinical trial data, leaving behind a 10-year gap in data that now must be made publicly available https://t.co/FXCB7bQ4W3
New OPC call posted -- get your proposals in by Mar 11th!
"Patient and family descriptions of ethical concerns" &
"Legal and Ethical Considerations for Requiring Consent for Apnea Testing in Brain Death Declaration"
#Bioethics News: Canada is proposing legislation that would allow patients with degenerative diseases to seek medically-assisted death even if they are not terminally ill https://t.co/m42t2HNhLJ