Tag Archives: Angel Petropanagos

Let’s Talk About Wishes, Values, and Beliefs

Angel Petropanagos reflects on her experiences asking dialysis outpatients questions about healthcare wishes, values, and beliefs.

Frozen Eggs and Heated Debates

Angel Petropanagos reflects on public debates about social egg freezing.

Canadians Need Vaccine Injury Compensation

Angel Petropanagos and Bob Martin, a survivor of Guillain–Barré syndrome, explain the need for a Canadian vaccine injury compensation program.

Not Your Grandpa’s Biotechnology

Carlos Mariscal and Angel Petropanagos argue that we need to pay more attention to the ethical issues surrounding CRISPR, the new gene editing technology.

Upper Age Limits on IVF and ‘Good’ Mothers

Angel Petropanagos warns of the danger of smuggling moral arguments in under the guise of medical ‘facts’ in the advanced maternal age debate.

Should Teen Boys with Cancer Freeze their Sperm?

Angel Petropanagos considers the barriers to decision-making about fertility preservation for adolescent males with cancer

Uterine Transplantation and the Promise of Womb-anhood

Angel Petropanagos outlines some of the many medical risks and ethical challenges of uterine transplantation, including the challenges with obtaining informed consent and the harms to women as a group.