Charlie Gard Us Citizenship

US Lawmakers passed an amendment granting Charlie Gard US permanent Reidency., The desperately ill baby boy's parents are locked a health care struggle with the UKs single payer system to get him special care in the US.

Timid, ponderous, confused: Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett is embarrassing

A statue of suffragist and women's rights campaigner Millicent Fawcett by British artist Gillian Wearing is unveiled in Parliament Square in London on April 24, 2018. - The first statue of a woman on

Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘positive and constructive’ anti-Semitism meeting

BLACKPOOL, ENGLAND - AUGUST 18: Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn talks to members of Women Against State Pension Inequality Campaign (WASPI) during his visit to Cleveleys Community Centre on August

Best Buys: 5 year fixed-rate buy-to-let mortgages

Estate agents placards are seen in front of houses in London on August 17, 2016 From computers and cars to carpets and food, Britain's decision to leave the EU is beginning to hit consumers in the po

Alfie Evans: Please, just stop.

Last summer, as the Charlie Gard saga was unfolding, was a slightly strange time to be a bioethicist.  Perhaps fortuitously, I was out of the country as matters began to gather pace; I was able to po

Should Iceland Ban Circumcision? A Legal and Ethical Analysis

  By Lauren Notini and Brian D. Earp *Note: this article also appears on the Practical Ethics Blog, and a condensed version titled “Iceland’s Proposed Circumcision Ban” is being cross-published

Pro-abortion radical ideology stops telemedicine bill #ksleg #prolife

     The unborn children won an important victory this last week, and the pro-abortionists demonstrated they were more concerned about promoting abortion than the healthcare needs of the general pu

Guest Post: Information Disclosure Post-Montgomery: Are English Courts Likely to use Causation as a “Control mechanism” to Limit Liability, like in Australia?

Authors: Malcolm K Smith and Tracey Carver, Australian Centre for Health Law Research, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Paper: Montgomery, informed consent and causation of harm: lesson

Kansas and Planned Parenthood funding

Kansas filed a petition for certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court on the recent 10th circuit ruling concerning Medicaid funding of Planned Parenthood. Last February 21, 2018, the 10th circuit federal a

Guest Post: Who Calls the Shots?  Teens and the HPV Vaccine

Suchi Agrawal Paper: Who calls the shots? The ethics of adolescent self-consent for HPV vaccination  During my pediatric hospital medicine rotation, I stopped the team before we entered the room of

Guest Post: The Conscientious Objection (Medical Activities) Bill: Some Objections Rebutted

David S. Oderberg, Professor of Philosophy, University of Reading On March 23rd 2018, the House of Lords will enter the Committee Stage of debate on the Conscientious Objection (Medical Activities) Bi

Guest Post: Philosophical Tradeoffs in Psychotherapy

Authors: Sahanika Ratnayake, David Merry. Paper: Forgetting ourselves: epistemic costs and ethical concerns in mindfulness exercises Unlike pharmaceuticals, psychotherapy is often presented as an eff

Medical Ethics Symposium on Health Care Rationing – Oxford June 20th. Registration Now Open

Practical medical ethics: Rationing responsibly in an age of austerity Date: June 20th 2018, 2-5pm, includes refreshments Location: Ship Street Centre, Jesus College, Oxford Health professionals fa

Moving Towards a New Ethical Governance Framework for Research-Clinical Hybrid Genomic Medicine

Authors: Gabrielle Samuel, Sandi Dheensa, Anneke Lucassen, Bobbie Farsides Paper: Towards a national genomics medicine service: the challenges facing clinical-research hybrid practices and the case o

Who should make public policy? The unelected Courts or your elected Representatives? #prolife

A state court has ruled that the Kansas ban of dismemberment abortion of a living unborn child violates our State constitution. In response, the legislature will consider putting a proposed constituti

Guest Post: Sentient Brains in a Dish? Potential Glimpses of Sentience Will Be Detectable in Future Cerebral Organoids

Authors, Andrea Lavazza *, Marcello Massimini ** (*Centro Universitario Internazionale, Arezzo, Italy; **Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences “Luigi Sacco”, University of Milan, Italy; F



Advance Euthanasia Directives in the Spotlight

Guest Post: David Gibbes Miller, Rebecca Dresser, Scott Y H Kim Paper: Advance euthanasia directives: a controversial case and its ethical implications Dutch law allows advance directives to autho

Where do we go from here: PP and your Kansas Medicaid dollars #prolife

Did our federal courts make a ruling last week on Planned Parenthood funding in Kansas? Yes. Various State governments including Kansas attempted to cut Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood after t

Keep Kansas Pro-Life

A KS court has ruled that the KS ban of dismemberment abortion of a living unborn child violates our State constitution. We will propose a constitutional amendment that would allow the State to pass l

Don’t want to read the 26,589 word court opinion? Here’s the background you need #ksleg #prolife

Is there a need to amend the Kansas Constitution? Yes. As explained below the Kansas courts have “found” the right to an abortion in the Kansas Constitution. Kansans for Life favors a constitution

1,608 Deaths and Counting

1,608 deaths and counting. 1,608 unborn Kansas children have died by live dismemberment abortion since a Kansas judge blocked enforcement of the Kansas live dismemberment abortion ban on June 30th, 20


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