Lucia Galvagni

Lucia Galvagni
Fondazione Bruno Kessler | FBK · Center for Religious Sciences (bioethics)

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Potential applications of genome editing in assisted reproductive technology (ART) raise a vast array of strong opinions, emotional reactions and divergent perceptions. Acknowledging the need for caution and respecting such reactions, we observe that at least some are based on either a misunderstanding of the science or misconceptions about the con...
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Potential applications of genome editing technology in assisted reproductive technology (ART) raise a vast array of strong opinions, emotional reactions and divergent perceptions. This is often followed by calls for new specific legislation introducing complete bans or restrictive regulations. While acknowledging the need for caution and respecting...
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The introduction of Web 2.0 technology, along with a population increasingly proficient in Information and Communications Technology (ICT), coupled with the rapid advancements in genetic testing methods, has seen an increase in the presence of participant-centred research initiatives. Such initiatives, aided by the centrality of ICT interconnection...
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Assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) offer favorable insights for analyzing women’s and men’s wishes, fears and contradictions through processes continuously negotiated in the intersection of science, politics and society. In our study, analysis of narratives of various actors involved in ARTs, in Internet-based social networking sites as well...
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Project: Toward a new ‘family sayings’: opportunities, responsibility and wrights in the Assisted Reproductive Technologies. full video: available on: https://youtu.be/ArdPNXxicUM and short version: https://youtu.be/3o-PH8telc4 Nel video sono stati focalizzati aspetti medici, giuridici e bioetici, opportunità e contraddizioni personali e sociali, t...
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Autologous human oocyte cryopreservation allows storing woman’s eggs to be used later by the same donor when therapeutic or elective reasons induce women to postpone motherhood. In the case of non-medical motivation, this practice is termed social freezing. By shifting the awareness from a medical procedure to social relations, frozen oocytes are b...
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Neuroethics has greater responsibilities than merely noting potential human enhancements ascribed to brain science, and tracking their implications for ethics and civic life. Neuroethics must utilize current neuroscientific knowledge to shape incisive discussions about what could count as enhancement in the first place, and what should count as gen...
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Many bioethical questions arise in everyday clinical practice and present a very practical profile: how can we approach these problems and how can we solve them? Ethics committees and clinical ethics consultation services represent different and complementary ways of dealing with the ethical questions of the healthcare professions. Considering some...
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In Italy compared to the past the doctor-patient relationship has changed, but at the present it is necessary to improve the patient's involvement into the clinical and medical decisions regarding his own health: the patient is a moral subject and the possibility to choose should be recognized especially for the end-of-life decisions.

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