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Bioethics : Displaying 244-253 of 1943
Cryonics Taken Apart
by Pete Shanks
March 10th, 2016
Corey Pein has written an exposť of Alcor, the cryonics company he describes as "technophilic necromancers."
The perils of human gene editing for reproduction
by Marcy Darnovsky
March 8th, 2016
Human gene editing for reproduction would be unsafe, is unneeded for medical purposes, and would be dangerously unacceptable on societal grounds.
A Biotech Evangelist Seeks a Zika Dividend
by Andrew Pollack
The New York Times
March 5th, 2016
A diverse biotechnology company hopes its genetically engineered mosquitoes can help stop the spread of a devastating virus. But thatís just a start.
The Dirty Secret of Genetic Testing: We're Still Not Sure What "Normal" Looks Like
by Sean Captain
March 4th, 2016
You can get your entire genetic code deciphered for about $1,000 in a day, but scientists still don't know what most of it means.
[Radio] Gene Editing for Individuals and their Families and Family Caregivers
[an interview with CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]
by Gordon Atherley
March 1st, 2016
A discussion of human gene editing, and the ways it should and not be used.
Frozen Eggs and Title IX
[cites CGSí Marcy Darnovsky]
by Mary Ann Mason
Chronicle of Higher Education
February 29th, 2016
If youíre counting on that procedure to delay your family while you get your career going, think again.
Fertility, grief and big business are not a good combination
by Catherine Bennett
February 27th, 2016
The woman who wants to carry her dead daughterís child sets in relief our confusion about rights and needs.
Cleveland Clinic Performs First Successful Uterus Transplant In The U.S.
by Merrit Kennedy
February 26th, 2016
This opens up another possible path to parenthood besides surrogacy or adoption for U.S. women who do not have a uterus, or who have a uterus that does not function.
Should you edit your childrenís genes?
by Erika Check Hayden
February 23rd, 2016
In the fierce debate about CRISPR gene editing, itís time to give patients a voice.
Whatís the difference between genetic engineering and eugenics?
by Robert Gebelhoff
The Washington Post
February 22nd, 2016
Where we draw the line between "negative eugenics" and "positive genetic intervention" is a political question.
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Playing the Gene Card?
Should Journals Publish Industry-Funded Bioethics Articles?
U.S. Denies Patent for a Too-Human Hybrid
Lawsuit in Gene Therapy Death Settled
California needs to do more than apologize to people it sterilized
Written evidence for the Genomics and Genome-Editing Inquiry of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee
How to Watch the Biggest Science Story of 2017
California voters were promised cures. But the state stem cell agency has funded just a trickle of clinical trials
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