Recently clinicians have become more reliant on technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) ...
Miller has recently argued that fetuses have the same inherent value as non-disabled adults. However, we do not need to ...
Correspondence to Dr Susumu Cato, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan; ...
This paper examines the institutional mechanisms supporting the ethical oversight of human participant research conducted by the United Nations (UN). The UN has served an instrumental role in shaping ...
Introduced in 2007 by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, the intervention ladder has become an influential tool in bioethics and public health policy for weighing the justification for interventions ...
Correspondence to Dr Anna Nelson, The University of Sheffield School of Law, Sheffield, Sheffield, UK; anna.nelson{at}sheffield.ac.uk Those giving birth within modern maternity systems are recognised ...
In this article, I explore the ethical dimensions of same-sex reproduction achieved through epigenome editing—an innovative and transformative technique. For the first time, I analyse the potential ...
Recently clinicians have become more reliant on technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for effective and accurate diagnosis and prognosis of diseases, especially ...
The possibility of neurotechnological interference with our brain and mind raises questions about the moral rights that would protect against the (mis)use of these technologies. One such moral right ...