Over time, euthanasia practice becomes a banal bureaucratic matter of checking the right boxes or finding ways to maneuver around the “protective guidelines.”
When Frank saw signs of life, doctors would dismiss his observation as a “reflex.” How often I have heard that over 25 years of anti-euthanasia advocacy!
Ethical constraints still depend only on scientists’ restraint — a “thin reed to stand on.”
Engaging in biotechnological and other medical research in China can free one from normal ethical concerns.
The birth of gene-edited children — which I discussed here just yesterday — has been confirmed.