Indian Bioethical Import/Export

Michael Cook at BioEdge writes that what happens in bioethics in the U.S., Britain, and Australia is worth watching because similar policies are then often adopted in other countries throughout the world. He writes, “These countries have high-quality medical technology, but unsophisticated bioethics. As a consequence they tend to adopt a utilitarian ethic without a robust debate informed by a more metaphysical tradition and by respect for human rights.”  His case in point: Continue Reading →