Mental health crisis in United Kingdom’s schools with worrying deliberately self-harm and suicide rates

National Children’s Bureau recent report synthesises the increasing problem of the children in a clue moment of their formation. The authors affirm “We are facing a mental health crisis in our classrooms. The growing number of children and young people experiencing...

Are biohackers out of control? Gene editing kits offered on Internet permit re-engineer DNA

What could happen when you democratize science -not authorized lab not professional responsibility – and give anyone the ability to edit DNA? In the past few years, so-called biohackers across the country have taken gene editing into their own hands. As the equipment...

United States Government and the practice of surrogation. “Military wives” surrogate mothers

“Most American citizens have no idea that taxpayer-funded Tricare Health Insurance, provided to members of the military, is being used to cover the pregnancy and childbirth costs of surrogate pregnancies for contracting buyers.” In previous articles, we treat the...

Open debate in the UK. Bioethicists and parents argue for a change in childcare law in the UK

 “Best interest” or “independent significant harm test” A paper in the British Medical Journal has called for ‘new solutions’ to disputes between parents and doctors on medical care, in the wake of the Alfie Evans case. Two bioethicists have argued there...

Have obstetricians and gynecologists the right to conscientious objection in Great Britain?

Physicians and medical personnel conscientious objection to abortions and to prescribe the morning-after pill One of the problems that most concerns healthcare professionals who train at the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH), a faculty of Royal College of...

Is it ethical to cryopreserve ovarian tissue from prepubertal girls who are to undergo cancer treatment?

When a cancer patient is treated with radio and/or chemotherapy, they can become infertile, both men and women. Consequently, ovarian tissue cryopreservation prior to treatment is recommended in women, with the cryopreserved tissue then transferred again to the patient if she...

Transhumanism and the emancipation of human nature. Is it a true progress?

Our lecture about transhumanism at European Parliament session The emancipation proposed by transhumanism is not true progress The backdrop to our conference this week is a reflection on the risks of abandoning our model of development to technological compulsion. The array of...

When Hospital’s decision-making affects the end of life patients basic rights. Alfie Evans case bioethics approach

New conflictive NHS hospital’s decisions The new conflict between NHS hospital decision supported by English Supreme Court and parents claims has arisen a new strong public opinion reaction and an international debate. Alfie was born on May 9, 2016, but suffered seizures...

Transplant of cryopreserved ovarian tissue to leukemia surivivor women. A healthy child have already been born

First child healthy born from a leukemia cancer survivor More than 80 children have already been born worldwide after cryopreserved ovarian tissue-transplantation in women who, due to disease or medical treatment, could lose the chance to have children in the future. Over the...

Functionally active artificial ovary produced in rats

Anti-cancer therapy or advanced age in women can lead to loss of ovarian function (see HERE new positive advances). Cancer therapy effects cause objective health problems, such as sexual changes, obesity and osteoporosis. These changes can be alleviated by hormone replacement...