Advocacy in bioethics has continued on this subject, a few even calling it a fundamental human right for a biological male to receive a uterine transplant.
The compensation doesn’t end the pain of losing a loved one before his time, but the country’s recognition of his sacrifice can ease the bitterness.
The best public and private policies toward vaccines would be to encourage people to receive protection — but eschew coercion.
The ironies of euthanasia never end.
How ridiculous can you get? And how likely to sow greater distrust — by the very people who continually bleat.
Francis Collins, the outgoing head of the NIH, is frustrated with Americans. He complains that we don’t trust science and believe in conspiracy theories.
Demolishing our self-perception as a uniquely valuable species would have very grave consequences.
Hopefully, Portugal’s president will veto.
Sometimes I think these anti-modernity throwbacks won’t be satisfied until we return to the caves.
When assisted-suicide mongers promise ‘strict guidelines’ to protect against abuse, rest assured, it’s nothing but a con.