We thus consider it necessary to establish a moratorium on their use in humans, at least until more is known about relevant aspects. If this knowledge is obtained, ethical questions would still remain, we consider those related to the dignity and identity of the human embryo … Read more.
Transhumanist goal intends to free human beings from their human condition with technological support. When we hear the word transhumanism, the idea may come to mind that it is possible to improve human nature… Read more.
The use of these techniques is currently medically and ethically unjustifiable. The United Kingdom has recently approved mitochondrial transfer (3 parents children) this has opened an ethical debate… Read more.
In January 2017, an article was published in JAMA (Palliative Care - Translating Clinical Trials to Clinical Care) which, in our opinion, summarises the situation of the clinical use of stem cells extremely well. It begins by referring to the possible sources… Read more.
Experts have warned of an upturn in sexually transmitted diseases, as a result of the social changes derailing the efforts after the "hardest" years of the HIV epidemic. According to the latest World Health Organization… Read more.
A system to prepare physicians to address this type of medical need that showed a significant improvement in the quality of life expected in patients with serious illnesses. In 1998 in the United States, only 15% of hospitals… Read more.
From 19 December 2016, abortion clinics, in Texa, can no longer treat the bodies of the victims (fetal remains) as clinical waste but will have to bury or cremate them, whichever the parents decide… Read more.
The elimination of mother-to-child HIV transmission — so-called vertical transmission — is being accomplished, which is a great medical and ethical advance. The HIV transmission rate fell from… Read more.
A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine found a higher survival of very premature babies. The study collected data on 4,274 children born in 11 hospitals. The percentage of premature infants who survived rose… Read more.
The intestinal nervous system controls several functions of the gastrointestinal tract, and when impaired causes bowel abnormalities. Now, a group of American researchers has generated intestinal tissue from embryonic and iPS cells using them to study…
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