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|This week in BioEdge|
by Michael Cook | Aug 30, 2014The war on Ebola is creating heroes.
by Michael Cook | Aug 30, 2014A Dutch euthanasia clinic is being investigated for helping an elderly woman to die because she did not want to live in a nursing home.
by Michael Cook | Aug 30, 2014Aussies are not the only "heartless bastards" in the world of surrogacy.
by Xavier Symons | Aug 30, 2014In the wake of the recent Thai surrogacy scandals, commentators are debating how the practice of surrogacy should be reformed.
by Xavier Symons | Aug 29, 2014The debate surrounding Canada's marijuana laws has intensified, with Canadian Medical Association (CMA) president labeling medicinal marijuana "bad medicine".
by Xavier Symons | Aug 29, 2014As details continue to emerge of Jimmy Savile's horrific crimes, a bioethicist is questioning the complicity of healthcare workers in allowing for the abuses.
by Xavier Symons | Aug 29, 2014The academic conversation on brain death continues, with the American journal of Bioethics publishing a special issue on the status of death determined by neurological…
by Xavier Symons | Aug 29, 2014Doctors who failed to raise concerns about colleagues could be struck off, under new guidance being considered by the UK's General Medical Council (GMC).
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