The emergence of modern technologies such as Biotechnology, Recombinant DNA, organ transplantation, gene therapy etc have raised new ethical questions, rather “dilemmas”, for humankind. With technological development and advancement in social, economic and educational spheres the ethical questions are expected to become more significant in Pakistan as well. The study recommends that more organized awareness campaigns are required to educate the masses. The educational institutions should revise their curricula to include discussions on bioethical questions. The study also recommends thorough and detailed legislation and formulation of regulatory mechanism for bioethical issues. Keeping in view the responses regarding the role of religion, it is proposed that religious scholars may be consulted during formulation of laws, rules and regulations. Their should also be Codes of Ethics for professionals associated with Bioethical issues. A core group of experts is needed for guiding the government and the public at large.