Neil Scolding

Neil Scolding

The Royal College of Physicians’ decision to end its opposition to assisted dying is morally indefensible and gives a green light to activists

The HFEA’s proposal to permit mitochondria replacement would alter our genetic constitution—a risky and unethical step too far

Embryonic stem cells and assisted dying terminate opposite ends of life, but have common themes

The latest work on synthetic cell creation by Craig Venter raises serious questions about bioethics

“When in doubt, treat” used to be the rule for doctors. Not any more