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.

Is there money to be made from the blockchain hype?

An abstract digital interface showing the concept of blockchain technology with binary hash data inside each block. The background contains schematics resembling a flowchart.

Who governs Britain?

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 31: Minister for Small Business Anna Soubry departs Number 10 Downing Street after a meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron on March 31, 2016 in London, England. T

Best Buys: Two year fixed rate bonds

Money jar filled with American currency. Savings and donations concept.

The real reason Scarlett Johansson abandoned her ‘trans role’

ROME, ITALY - NOVEMBER 10: Actress Scarlett Johansson attends 'Her' Premiere during The 8th Rome Film Festival at Auditorium Parco Della Musica on November 10, 2013 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Vittor

Advance decisions in dementia: when the past conflicts with the present

By George Gillett Last month, the Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee wrote an article in support of assisted dying. She wrote about Katherine Whitehorn, her former colleague at the Observer. Describing

A sales rep and a doctor walk into a theatre – why this is no joke

By Quinn Grundy, Katrina Hutchison, Jane Johnson, Brette Blakely, Robyn Clay-Wlliams, Bernadette Richards, Wendy A Rogers Imagine that your elderly mother undergoes a hip replacement. During the post

A Moral Framework for Living Donor Transplantation

By Lainie Friedman Ross and J. Richard Thistlethwaite Living donor transplantation has been controversial since its inception because it exposes donors to medical risks for the medical benefit of thei

Organismal death, the dead donor rule and the ethics of vital organ procurement

Guest Authors:  Xavier Symons, Institute for Ethics and Society, University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Reginald Mary Chua, Philosophy, Catholic Theological Co

First principles: The need for ethical guidance for pragmatic trials

Post authors: Dean Fergusson, Monica Taljaard and Charles Weijer [authors listed alphabetically] Paper: Thinking clearly about the FIRST trial: addressing ethical challenges in cluster randomised tr

Impact Factors and Ethics

The news that the Journal of Medical Ethics now has an impact factor of 1.889 is a commendation for those who have contributed to the journal’s success over recent years. It reflects the efforts

Conflicts of duty: What do they mean?

Guest Post Author: Andreas Eriksen, ARENA, Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway; SPS, Centre for the Study of Professions, Oslo and Akershus University College, Oslo, N

What Makes an Emergency?

Stanley Cavell died a few days ago.  He is, I suspect, not widely known among medical ethicists, and is cited less.  Fair enough: medical ethics wasn’t his thing.  It’s a shame, though, because

The Williams Review: Unlikely to reassure doctors concerned about gross negligence manslaughter law

Guest Author: Nathan Hodson, Foundation Doctor, University Hospitals of Leicester. A rapid policy review of medical gross negligence manslaughter was announced by Secretary of State for Health and Soc

Guest Post: The eternal life of the biobank participant

Authors: Maria Stuifbergen, Lars Ursin Paper: The Ethics of dead participants: policy recommendations for biobank research Have you ever been operated at a hospital, donated blood, or participated in

Telemedicine Passes Kansas Legislature With Prolife Clause.

Kansans for Life, the state’s largest anti-abortion organization, fought for weeks to maintain a clause in the legislation designed to discourage a court challenge over its ban on drug-induced abort

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

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

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



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


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