Newly available documents show conflicts of interest for the FDA ethicist who investigated a fetal drug experiment. Alice Dreger and Ellen K. Feder explain.

Emily MacKinnon and Constance Crompton argue that the 1998 Supreme Court of Canada decision, R. v. Cuerrier, changed the law of sexual assault to encompass situations of HIV non-disclosure, and that R. v. Hutchinson – a  2014 case in which the accused sabotaged condoms to impregnate his girlfriend – illustrates the problems with the Court’s […]

Canadian health ethics researchers request action on problems at CIHR in letter to members of the Canadian Parliament and Senate.

 Carl Elliott asks for your help with getting crucial information on the suicide of Dan Markingson made public.

Fern Brunger suggests that the recent CIHR decision to push ethics to the periphery is but one more chapter in a dangerous story.

Jacquelyn Shaw contests a number of claims made by Sarah Chapple in her recent critique of the CBC The Fifth Estate documentary Dead Enough.

Sarah Chapple defends organ and tissue donation after cardiac death for patients who are critically ill and dependent on mechanical ventilation, but who do not meet the requirements for neurological death.

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