Ruth Marcus sees the eugenics danger with which we are presented — and doesn’t care.
Shelley’s cautionary tale of a scientific experiment run amok has profound implications for today’s bioethics debates.
When New York Times columnist Frank Bruni isn’t driving me nuts, it’s usually because he’s on vacation from his (very well written) column.
Imagine feeling the need to justify your existence before a Congressional subcommittee.
Assisted suicide advocates are on a campaign to convince medical associations to adopt a position of “studied neutrality” (whatever that means).