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- Transplant medicine Organ donation can help save lives and improve the quality of life of people in need of a transplant. At the same time, however, it also involves risks and can become a psychological, moral and ethical burden for all parties involved
- The allocation of organs is based on the principle of equal treatment: this means that no one should be discriminated against in the possibilities of accessing a transplant.
Transplant Law Research on the human beingResearch on human beings includes not only research carried out on living people, but also research carried out on deceased people, on human embryos and fetuses, on biological material of human origin (tissues, cells, secretions, etc.), or that which is makes use of personal data. This type of research is regulated in a corresponding federal law.Research on human beingsCurrent legislation
If the desire to have children does not come naturally, assisted reproduction is possible in Switzerland. Assisted reproductive technologies are offered in centers spread across 11 cantons. In our country, both the donation of oocytes and embryos and surrogacy (the so-called “rented uterus”) are prohibited.
“Just like in a winning team we must try to unite all of us. Each of us can and must commit to do his part”: even the former world fencing champion, Margherita Granbassi, joined the social campaign
Iorestoacasa by posting a short video on Instagram. Staying at home, giving up social life to stop the contagion of the new coronavirus, Mia Ceran points out, means “being heroes” and “saving lives while sitting on the sofa or making a cake”.
The host Paolo Kessisoglu, the journalist Giovanni Floris, who suggests a list of great classics to read, the popular cook Benedetta Rossi, and two young philosophers, Maura Gancitano and Andrea Colamedici who launch this also join the call not to transgress the limitations.
- message: “We live this moment as an inner exercise whose practice can give us solidity and strength that will be very useful when all this is over. We can truly discover what happiness is, that is, a virtue, the ability to be self-sufficient.
- And then – they underline – it is also an opportunity to discover what courage is “. That of doing an extraordinary action such as not leaving the house while protecting oneself and others.