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Experts warn health care providers to slow down in allowing smart pill in patient care settings

Experts warn health care providers to slow down in allowing smart pill in patient care settings

Use of transcranial electrical stimulation to bolster creativity has far-reaching implications

Use of transcranial electrical stimulation to bolster creativity has far-reaching implications

EU-funded project makes recommendations to protect rights of intersex people

EU-funded project makes recommendations to protect rights of intersex people

New survey reveals public attitudes towards commercial use of genetic data samples

New survey reveals public attitudes towards commercial use of genetic data samples

Experts advise against universal genomic screening of newborns

Experts advise against universal genomic screening of newborns

Report discusses whether all newborns should undergo genetic sequencing

Report discusses whether all newborns should undergo genetic sequencing

The Bioethics of AI in the Healthcare Industry

The Bioethics of AI in the Healthcare Industry

Top policy expert’s ties to giant drugmaker often go unstated

Top policy expert’s ties to giant drugmaker often go unstated

That ‘living will’ you signed? At the ER, it could be open to interpretation.

That ‘living will’ you signed? At the ER, it could be open to interpretation.

Bioethicist: 'Right to Try Act' will not benefit terminally-ill patients

Bioethicist: 'Right to Try Act' will not benefit terminally-ill patients

Nuffield Council on Bioethics outlines ethical issues arising from use of AI in healthcare

Nuffield Council on Bioethics outlines ethical issues arising from use of AI in healthcare

Briefing note examines ethical issues in whole genome sequencing of babies

Briefing note examines ethical issues in whole genome sequencing of babies

Women in medicine shout #Metoo about sexual harassment at work

Women in medicine shout #Metoo about sexual harassment at work

Johns Hopkins doctors successfully transplant hepatitis C-infected kidneys into virus-free patients

Johns Hopkins doctors successfully transplant hepatitis C-infected kidneys into virus-free patients

University under fire for off-the-grid herpes vaccine experiments

University under fire for off-the-grid herpes vaccine experiments

Experts look for ways to end dietary deficiencies in essential micronutrients

Experts look for ways to end dietary deficiencies in essential micronutrients

Unregulated herpes experiments expose ‘black hole’ of accountability

Unregulated herpes experiments expose ‘black hole’ of accountability

Experts call for rigorous clinical trials in use of experimental fetal therapy

Experts call for rigorous clinical trials in use of experimental fetal therapy

University was tipped off to possible unauthorized trials of herpes vaccine

University was tipped off to possible unauthorized trials of herpes vaccine

Johnson & Johnson Innovation announces CertaDose as winner of latest QuickFire Challenge

Johnson & Johnson Innovation announces CertaDose as winner of latest QuickFire Challenge