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|This week in BioEdge|
by Michael Cook | May 23, 2015If the constitution is altered, it will be possible to perform PGD.
by Michael Cook | May 23, 2015Italian celebrity surgeon Paolo Macchiarini created artificial windpipes with cadaver-derived scaffolding and stem cells
by Michael Cook | May 23, 2015
by Michael Cook | May 23, 2015Questions about “a ‘corporate arms race’ to develop prenatal tests for Down syndrome
by Xavier Symons | May 23, 2015The fear of a miserable death in a hospital bed rather than at home is driving public support for mercy-killing law in the UK.
by Xavier Symons | May 23, 2015A Filipino nurse in the UK has been found guilty of deliberately contaminating the intravenous fluids of patients.
by Michael Cook | May 23, 2015Regulators in the United States and Australia are examining the burgeoning field of stem cell therapies.
by Michael Cook | May 23, 2015IVF could be cause of financial distress for some couples.
by Xavier Symons and Daniel P. Sulmasy | May 21, 2015In an exclusive BioEdge interview, presidential advisor and renown bioethicist Daniel P. Sulmasy discusses the principle of informed consent.
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