Sarah Nersesian explains the need to change how we understand ovarian cancer in light of the fact that not everyone who can get ovarian cancer identifies as a woman.

Erin Kenny, Katharina Clausius, and Michael J. Crawford detail how the expanded use of DNA profile databases and genealogy in criminal investigations offers powerful tools to solve crimes and exculpate innocents but also risks permanently stigmatizing genetic relatives.

Jocelyn Downie clarifies what the Supreme Court of Canada’s Carter decision actually says (and doesn’t say) about advance requests for MAiD and MAiD for psychiatric illness.

Erin Sharoni illustrates how the feminist principle of reflexivity can be broadly applied to support structural changes that promote good science.

Martha Paynter discusses her new book Abortion to Abolition: Reproductive Health and Justice in Canada.