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Bioethics, Psychedelic Therapy Abuse, and the Risk of Ethics Washing

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By Tehseen Noorani and Neşe Devenot Introduction The academic discipline of bioethics is becoming a prominent arena for the discussion of ethics abuses in psychedelic therapy. Challenges of the Psychedelic Ecosystem What ought to be demanded of bioethical harm reduction work in this context?

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What the Law and Bioethics Tell Us About Synthetic Human Embryos

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The post What the Law and Bioethics Tell Us About Synthetic Human Embryos first appeared on Bill of Health. The post What the Law and Bioethics Tell Us About Synthetic Human Embryos appeared first on Bill of Health. This article is lightly edited and reprinted, with permission, from the American Council on Science and Health.

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Bioethics Experts vs Ordinary South Africans on the Governance of Human Genome Editing

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By Donrich Thaldar On the issue of human genome editing (HGE), attitudes between bioethics scholars and the general public diverge, as highlighted by my team’s findings from a recent deliberative public engagement study. ” (Not one study participant relied on this objection during the more than 20 hours of deliberations.)

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Bioethics Conference Poses Twenty-First Century Questions

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The Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School recently held an online conference covering the current state of the field.

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A New Theory for Gene Ownership

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The story of Henrietta Lacks is surely among the most famous in the history of bioethics, and its facts are well-known. Yet courts are routinely called on to answer questions about the boundaries of ownership in bioethics. In short, most prior analyses of ownership in bioethics are about what should be owned. By James Toomey.

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Bill of Health’s Top 10 Posts of 2022

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We look forward to continuing our coverage of key issues in health law policy, biotechnology, and bioethics in 2023. Pandemic Nihilism, Social Murder, and the Banality of Evil. Safety First: Potential Heart Health Risks of Microdosing. Thanks for reading!

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Can Rights Make Any Difference for Access to Health? Insights from a Scoping Review on Constitutional Rights for the WHO Council on the Economics of Health for All

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Luciano Bottini Filho is a Lecturer in Human Rights at Sheffield Hallam University and Affiliated Researcher with the Global Health and Human Rights Project at the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School.

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