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The Bioethics Advisory Board (BAC) was established by the Cabinet to deal with ethical, legal and social issues arising from biomedical science research in Singapore. It has 15 members from various backgrounds such as law, biomedical research, medicine, philosophy, sociology and education as well as representatives of religious groups and …

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Male rats giving birth show biotechnology needs to be regulated

Biotechnology is being exploited to accelerate social-revolutionary policies and get through what was once immutable. moral limits. The last example occurred in China, where scientific ethics will die. Here’s the story: Two Shanghai-based researchers surgically tied male and female rats. They then uteri transplanted into male rats and made sure …

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State law would ban slaughter of racehorses | Greene County

State legislation prohibiting the sale of racehorses and breeding stock for slaughter is pending a decision from the governor’s office. Senate Bill S1442-B and accompanying Assembly legislation A4154B would amend New York State Agriculture and Markets Act to prohibit the slaughter of these animals for commercial purposes, including human and …

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Mentally ill and condemned to death

This article was produced through the NPR Next generation /Texas Watcher The Print Scholars Program, a new collaboration designed to provide mentorship and hands-on training to student journalists and recent graduates interested in a career in investigative journalism. Jennifer Toon is used to sharing intimate glimpses of difficult experiences with …

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