Gene-Editing in Babies Viewed as Unethical, but What About Moral?

Gene-Editing in Babies Viewed as Unethical, but What About Moral?

There has been much discussion surrounding the ethical implications of germline editing in the world of science over the years, which refers to the process used to create genetically altered children or as many are now calling, “designer babies.” This long-term controversy among those in the science community has recently seen a dramatic increase along […]

Zika Politics Touch on Women’s, Abortion, and Disability Rights

Zika Politics Touch on Women’s, Abortion, and Disability Rights

Besides worries about the Zika virus as a health care issue, the highly indicated connection between the disease and birth defects is raising countless issues. The Zika links to microcephaly, babies with abnormally small heads and underdeveloped brains, is touching on the politics of abortion, blood donation, disability and women’s rights in many countries. An […]

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