7 by 5<br><span class='date_feature'>May 21, 2015</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/7-by-5'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> Body Part Sales Debated at Hopkins Symposium<br><span class='date_feature'>May 15, 2015</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/feasibility-of-body-part-sales-debated-at-hopkins-symposium'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> No Right to Frozen Embryos<br><span class='date_feature'>May 15, 2015</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/no-right-to-frozen-embryos'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> Everything for Sale?<br><span class='date_feature'>May 14, 2015</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/everything-for-sale'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div>

Toads Around Your Neck and Forcing Kids to Smoke

May 27, 2015

Escaping the great plague of London (1665-1666). In the end, somewhere between 25%-50% of the population of London died as a result of the plague during 1665-1666. With everyone dropping like flies and nobody knowing what was causing the plague in the first place, this lead to some interesting methods of preventing its spread

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Fetal Cells Injected into a Man’s Brain to Cure His Parkinson’s

May 27, 2015

A man in his mid-50s with Parkinson’s disease had fetal brain cells injected into his brain last week. He is the first person in nearly 20 years to be treated this way – and could recover full control of his movements in roughly five years

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The University of Minnesota’s Medical Research Mess

May 27, 2015

Op-Ed by Carl Elliott: “If you want to see just how long an academic institution can tolerate a string of slow, festering research scandals, let me invite you to the University of Minnesota, where I teach medical ethics.”

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Did Authorities Use the Wrong Approach to Stop Ebola?

May 27, 2015

A new study suggests there was a better way to respond to the Ebola outbreak

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