Monthly Archives: February 2015
Sarah Wiebe discusses the significance of culturally-sensitive care in matters of life and death
The Truth about Mitochondrial Replacement
Françoise Baylis disputes popular descriptions of mitochondrial replacement as much needed treatment to avoid the birth of children ‘born to suffer’.
Reading Medical Artifacts, Contemporary Art and Medical Regimes: Curating Anatomica
Cindy Stelmackowich discusses the themes, objects and relevance of Dalhousie Art Gallery’s Anatomica exhibition.
Vaccines and the Ethics of Parental Choice
Ubaka Ogbogu argues that vaccinating a child against illness is in the child’s best interest and should be the default norm.