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SCIENCE: Bioethics

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—18 articles available online!

Department: Biohazards — Salvo #25
Science: Bioethics

Cracking Eggs

IVF & Israel's New Eugenics

by Paige Comstock Cunningham

Department: Biohazards — Salvo #21
Science: Bioethics

Organ Futures

An iPad or Cash for Your Kidney?

by Paige Comstock Cunningham

Department: Biohazards — Salvo #20
Science: Bioethics

Baby Barcodes

On Tracking Eggs & Embryos

by Paige Comstock Cunningham

Column: Undercover — Salvo #17
Science: Bioethics

Dear Donor #3066

A Father's Day Message for You

by Les Sillars

Department: Blip — Salvo #14
Science: Bioethics

Designer Babies

A Review of the Documentary Eggsploitation

by Terrell Clemmons

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #14
Science: Bioethics

The Nordic Trick

The 2010 Nobel Prize for Medical Inventions

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #11
Science: Bioethics

China Bound

The Junk Science Behind Its One-Child Policy

by Michael Cook

Feature — Salvo #8
Science: Bioethics

Rest in Pieces

A Monologue: How to Lose Your Body Parts Before You're Definitely Dead

by Les Sillars

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #7
Science: Bioethics

Oxymorons

Today's Bioethicists Are the Furthest Thing from Ethical

by Michael Cook

Dispatch — Salvo #6
Science: Bioethics

Test-Tube Truths

Couples Tempted by IVF Face a Number of Moral Dilemmas

by Kate Bluett

Dispatch — Salvo #6
Science: Bioethics

Sex, Drugs, and Reproduction

Birth Control Is a Messy, Messy Business

by Ken Brown

Special Forces: Deprogram — Salvo #6
Science: Bioethics

Cell Division

Why Are Scientists Still Split Over Stem Cells?

by Denyse O'Leary

Special Forces: Foreign Intel — Salvo #4
Science: Bioethics

Soft Cell

How Scientists Are Easing Away Opposition to Animal-Human Hybrids

by Michael Cook

Standard OPS: Blips — Salvo #3
Science : Bioethics

Playing with Death

Gunther von Hagens's "Body Worlds"

by Kate Bluett

Department: Opening Salvo — Salvo #2
Science: Bioethics

Opening Salvo

The Way of All Flesh

by Bobby Maddex

Feature — Salvo #1
Science: Bioethics

Breed Between the Lines

Rewriting the "Book of Life"

by Les Sillars

Feature — Salvo #1
Science: Bioethics

A Grave New World

When Science Trumps Religion, Our Personhood Is the Casualty

by Hunter Baker

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