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Our last Bioethics News, Nº 42 has been published now, read it here

Our last Bioethics News, Nº 42 has been published (Read HERE) and has been sended to our suscriptors.

Up-to-date news and reports from the Bioethics Observatory at the Catholic University of Valencia (Spain), covering a wide range of bioethical issues including stem cell research, abortion, assisted suicide and much more. General interest and specialised topical articles with ethical implications, based on the latest research findings from some of the world’s top medical and scientific journals.

In our opinion you can’t miss this issue with these articles and much more:

Gene editing in human embryos. England opens the gates with a scientific community deeply divided in this respect

Human sexual dimorphism. Do men and women also have different brain structures?

Can human iPS cells replace the use of human embryonic stem cells?

First Integral face transplant in an American firefighter. Ethical assessment and a brief historical review

Etc.

Gene editing in human embryos. England opens the gates in the face of a divided scientific communityFace transplant in a firefighter By far the most extensive performed successfullyAre there any ethical differences to consider between the two existing mitochondrial replacement techniques? A recent article in the site Bioethics

 

 

 

 

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