Sweden in the forefront of inserting microchips under skin. Light and shadows

More than 4,000 Swedes are being implanted with a microchip that contains details about their identity and between 2,000 and 3,500 people in Germany have implanted a microchip under their skin — but not all sales come from him; Germans also get chips implanted abroad (Euronews,...

China’s pollution endangers its population’s health and life but continues with an uncontrolled growing

See video below  Extreme China’s air pollution is so that independent research group Berkeley Earth estimated it contributed to 1.6 million deaths per year in the country. The smog is heaviest in northern industrial provinces such as Shanxi, the dominant coal mining region, and...

Masked euthanasia in children. Are Alfie Evans and Charlie Gard cases the tip of the iceberg of NHS healthcare policy?

Isaiah had defied medical expectations by managing to breathe unaided for eight hours, and had vindicated his parents’ legal battle to keep him alive, he said. (The Guardian, 31 May 2018).   Alfie Evans and Charlie Gard are not specific and special cases in the United Kingdom....

Man changes gender to save on car insurance.

After finding out that if he was a woman he would save 1,100 Canadian dollars on his car insurance, one man decided to start identifying legally as a woman. In a story published by CBC News, a man identified only as David reveals that he changed his gender from male to female on...

Belgium’s radical euthanasia regime already took the life of three children

Three children are among thousands of people to have died under Belgium’s radical euthanasia regime, figures reveal. They were euthanised under the world’s only law that allows children of any age to choose to be put to death – a move opponents warn trivialises the value of life....

Human embryos research and the Politics of Bioethics

Ethical objective questions posed by human embryo experimentation are exacerbated by the deregulate gene editing techniques research including biohackers A book has been published by Columbia University, entitled “Experiments in Democracy. Human Embryo Research and the Politics...

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...

Our Bioethics Observatory of the Catholic University of Valencia in One of Us Assembly in the European Parliament

Brussels March 22, 2018.- On March 20, 2018, the European One of Us Federation has celebrated the Ordinary General Assembly in the European Parliament, in Brussels and has participated in the Week for Life Session. Once again, representatives of the civil organizations from th...

The term pregnant woman questioned by UN Human Rights Commission. Failure to do so could be considered homophobic

Unquestionably the male transsexual who became pregnant is a biological and genetical woman  As a result of sex reassignment techniques in transsexuals, it is not unusual to think that someone considered biologically a woman could become a man following hormone treatment and sex...

The slow advance of gene therapy now face a more promising chapter

Gene therapies are surely the most complex drugs in history. After a traditional trial-and-error phase, they now face a more promising chapter that is not without risks. Forty-five years ago in Science, Theodore Friedmann of the University of California, San Diego prophetically...