Tag Archives: informed consent
Holly McKenzie and her colleagues argue for broader public conversations and institutional responses to reproductive coercion.
Marika Warren points out some ethically challenging aspects of Nova Scotia’s new presumed consent legislation for organ donation.
Linda Wright briefly explains “hoped-for” GeneSetMatch technology and highlights problems for informed consent and public trust.
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.