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  • BioEdge: the latest news and articles about bioethics
    06 July 2012 Comments tags hospital care malpractice A 22 year old who died from dehydration while in hospital needed a drink of water so badly that he called the police from his bed for help an inquest has been told Australia s Dr Death found guilty Jared Yee 03 July 2010 Comments tags Australia malpractice A bad surgeon motivated by ego and suffering from lack of insight Search BioEdge

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  • 5 million IVF babies since Louise Brown
    million ICMART chairman Dr David Adamson said This technology has been highly successful in treating infertile patients Millions of families with children have been created thereby reducing the burden of infertility The technology has improved greatly over the years to increase pregnancy rates About 1 5 million cycles of IVF and similar procedures are performed every year leading to 350 000 babies according to ICMART figures Dr Allan Pacey of the University of Sheffield said I think it s significant that we ve got to five million It s far more socially acceptable than it has been over the last 10 or 20 years One word of warning we should make sure that couples understand that IVF isn t a guaranteed solution and if they re in a position to have their children earlier in life then they should try and do that IVF really is something that should be preserved for those people who really need it European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology Jul 2 BBC News Jul 2 MORE ON THESE TOPICS artificial insemination infertility IVF This article is published by Jared Yee and BioEdge under a Creative Commons licence You may republish it or translate it

    Original URL path: http://www.bioedge.org/bioethics/5_million_ivf_babies_since_louise_brown1/10144 (2016-02-18)
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  • BioEdge: the latest news and articles about bioethics
    sperm to an IVF clinic in the West Bank where his wife Dalal was artificially inseminated 5 million IVF babies since Louise Brown Jared Yee 06 July 2012 Comments tags artificial insemination infertility IVF Five million test tube babies have been born to date according to research estimates presented to a fertility conference this week Italian court rules couple too old for daughter Jared Yee 23 September 2011 Comments tags artificial insemination Italy IVF A court in Italy has ruled that a 70 year old father and a 57 year old mother of an IVF toddler are too old and selfish to raise their daughter and has urged them to give her up for adoption Italian media reported last week UK minister allows prisoner access to artificial insemination Michael Cook 12 June 2011 Comments tags artificial insemination prisons If family life is a human right shouldn t prisoners be able to father children from behind bars This is the question being debated in the UK after it emerged that Prisons minister Crispin Blunt approved an unnamed inmate s request for artificial insemination According to the London Telegraph the decision was taken because the prisoner and his partner had already started

    Original URL path: http://www.bioedge.org/bioethics/tag/artificial+insemination (2016-02-18)
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  • BioEdge: the latest news and articles about bioethics
    treatment results in successful birth Xavier Symons 11 October 2014 Comments tags infertility womb transplant A woman in Sweden has become the first person to give birth after a womb transplant Examining the hidden stories of infertility Michael Cook 31 August 2013 Comments tags infertility IVF A forum on infertility 5 million IVF babies since Louise Brown Jared Yee 06 July 2012 Comments tags artificial insemination infertility IVF Five million test tube babies have been born to date according to research estimates presented to a fertility conference this week Painkillers in pregnancy linked to infertility in sons Jared Yee 13 November 2010 Comments tags birth defects infertility Research highlights alarming link to infertility Rising demand for IVF in China causes spread of unlicensed clinics Jared Yee 03 November 2010 Comments tags China infertility IVF Commercialisation of IVF causes boom in illegal clinics Male fertility in steep decline Michael Cook 28 April 2010 Comments tags contraceptive pill infertility Mum s to blame IVF boys may inherit infertility Jared Yee 13 February 2010 Comments tags ICSI infertility IVF ICSI appears to be problematic Search BioEdge Subscribe to BioEdge newsletter Subscribe to BioEdge RSS feed Recent Posts Dutch psychiatric patients may get euthanasia

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  • Circumcision ban in Germany faces criticism
    the child because it symbolically gives the child access to a religious community He suggests delaying circumcision until the man is old enough to decide for himself Putzke describes the recent verdict as a groundbreaking and courageous judgment Bijan Fateh Moghadam of Münster University argues that childhood circumcision is a relatively simple procedure with few risks and recognized medical advantages He says therefore that parental permission does not in this case constitute an abuse of custody rights Fateh Moghadam says the Cologne verdict will not prevent Jewish and Muslim parents in Germany from circumcising their sons though he thinks many will travel abroad or have the operation done in private I think the verdict could have a paradoxical effect the level of protection for children will fall rather than rise he warns Deutsche Welle Jun 28 MORE ON THESE TOPICS circumcision Germany This article is published by Jared Yee and BioEdge under a Creative Commons licence You may republish it or translate it free of charge with attribution for non commercial purposes following these guidelines If you teach at a university we ask that your department make a donation Commercial media must contact us for permission and fees Some articles

    Original URL path: http://www.bioedge.org/bioethics/circumcision_ban_in_germany_faces_criticism/10134 (2016-02-18)
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  • BioEdge: the latest news and articles about bioethics
    uproar over the controversial manslaughter conviction of a junior doctor in Biebefield German minister for education and research loses job in plagiarism scandal Michael Cook 15 February 2013 Comments tags Germany plagiarism To paraphrase Oscar Wilde losing one minister because he plagiarised his PhD thesis is a misforture losing two looks like carelessness But this is what has happened to Germany ys Chancellor Angela Merkel This week she accepted the resignation of her minister for education and research Annette Schavan after the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf stripped her of a doctorate which she earned 30 years ago German sperm donor children gain right to know fathers Michael Cook 15 February 2013 Comments tags Germany sperm donation German cleric apologises over rape victim mistreatment Xavier Symons 30 January 2013 Comments tags Catholic Church conscientious objection Germany A prominent German cleric has apologized after a possible rape victim was refused treatment at two Catholic hospitals In a statement issued last week Cardinal Joachim Miesner expressed his deep shame at the hospitals failure to provide the 25 year old German woman with an appropriate gynaecological examination I am deeply ashamed by this incident because it goes against our Christian mission the cardinal said German doctors shaken by corruption allegations Michael Cook 19 January 2013 Comments tags corruption Germany transplant surgery The German Medical Association has investigated nearly 1 000 cases of corrupt doctors over the past few years according to its president Frank Ulrich Montgomery Germany moves towards a compromise on circumcision Michael Cook 24 August 2012 Comments tags circumcision Germany informed consent A row over circumcision in Germany has escalated after a formal complaint was lodged against a rabbi in the city of Hof German government wrangling over assisted suicide Michael Cook 11 August 2012 Comments tags assisted suicide Germany A

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  • "Right to die" tweet debate
    which turns his thoughts into words He made his first tweet on June 13 and has reached almost 200 in the past two weeks An Al Jazeera essay commented on the case pointing out that Nicklinson s newfound ability to speak to anyone on the internet serves two ends it promotes the cause of assisted suicide but it also gives a victim of locked in syndrome a reason to live So perhaps if there is something to hang on to in this moral maze it s this technology has at least the capacity to alter peoples opinions of themselves even in desperation and that things which until recently were scarcely imaginable are now facts of life And if Mr Nicklinson s mind were to persuade him that life is still worth living then wouldn t that be a wonderful thing Al Jazeera Jun 18 MORE ON THESE TOPICS euthanasia locked in syndrome Twitter UK This article is published by Jared Yee and BioEdge under a Creative Commons licence You may republish it or translate it free of charge with attribution for non commercial purposes following these guidelines If you teach at a university we ask that your department make a

    Original URL path: http://www.bioedge.org/bioethics/right_to_die_tweet_debate/10133 (2016-02-18)
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  • BioEdge: the latest news and articles about bioethics
    from locked in syndrome since he had a massive stroke Locked in syndrome man in UK to have euthanasia case heard Jared Yee 17 March 2012 Comments tags assisted suicide euthanasia locked in syndrome UK A paralysed Briton seeking legal protection for a doctor to euthanise him will have his right to die case heard the UK High Court has ruled Disabled patients could mind meld with robots Jared Yee 09 September 2011 Comments tags locked in syndrome A new noninvasive method for recording patterns of brain activity could give locked in patients the ability to interact with others and even give the impression of being physically present with friends and family Most locked in patients are happy study finds Michael Cook 26 February 2011 Comments tags euthanasia locked in syndrome What medical condition would definitely make life not worth living At the top of most people s lists would be locked in syndrome complete paralysis and inability to communicate other than by blinking Surprisingly though the largest ever survey of chronic LIS patients has found that only 28 were unhappy Very few of them were interested in euthanasia only 7 or had suicidal thoughts Locked in syndrome woman receives Legion of Honour Michael Cook 31 October 2010 Comments tags euthanasia France human drama locked in syndrome France has just awarded the Légion d honneur to a woman who has been a locked in quadriplegic for 30 years Maryannick Pavageau received the distinction for her battle against euthanasia Sniff detector could allow locked in patients to communicate by breathing Jared Yee 07 August 2010 Comments tags disability locked in syndrome Sniffs are a good fast trigger Man with locked in syndrome may speak through machine Michael Cook 21 November 2007 Comments tags locked in syndrome Electrodes implanted in brain could

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