Top Posts for 2015

January 4, 2016

As we begin 2016, a brief pause to revisit some of our top posts from the past year

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As various advisory bodies, scientific organizations and funding agencies deliberate on genome editing in humans, Debra JH Mathews, Robin Lovell-Badge and colleagues lay out some key points for consideration

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Our Alan Regenberg comments on hazy definitions of disease and the problematic rationale given for extending a ban on federal funding of CDC research into the underlying causes of gun violence

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How We Die

March 30, 2015

Recent stories on death and dying offer interesting perspectives on discussing, preparing for and coping with an inevitable part of all of our lives

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One-Way to Mars

February 12, 2015

Dutch non-profit, Mars One is looking for volunteers to take a one-way trip to colonize Mars launching in 2024. Learn more about ‘why!?’ from three of the more than 200,000 who applied

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Our Top 14 Posts of 2014

December 26, 2014

With thanks to our readers for another great year at the Berman Institute Bioethics Bulletin, here are our top 14 posts from the past year

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Ample caution is warranted in crafting headlines describing stem cell-based discoveries

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New #NursingEthics: At what level of risk are nurses no longer ethically obligated to provide nursing care? What do we owe to those who provide nursing care despite risks?

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