Category Archives: Medical ethics

Public Service Fellow in São Paulo, Brazil

SMU senior Carol Sale is volunteering at Associação Saúde Criança in São Paulo, Brazil this summer, but she is not just another volunteer. In addition to her work at this innovative health organization, Sale is also performing an SMU staff-facilitated … Continue reading

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U.S. apologizes to Guatemala for syphilis study

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Health care providers and “conscience clauses”

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Should states be permitted to pay their citizens for donating organs?

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Wyeth said to have paid ghostwriters for favorable journal articles

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Physicians’ financial conflicts of interest

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Should a 13-year-old have the right to refuse life-saving treatment?

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Physicians and placebos

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Organ donation after cardiac death: the new frontier?

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