Archives for Month: October 2007

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Cash for Kidneys?

October 16, 2007

In a move that is likely to stir debate, medical and public policy groups are suggesting some fundamental changes in the way we regard organ transplantation. Consider the case at a New York medical center where a woman and her brother were both operated on at the same time. One... View Article

Bargain Abortions are a Threat to Women

October 9, 2007

If abortion can be done earlier, it can be done with fewer complications for women. So goes the familiar rationale for Mifeprex (mifepristone), the so-called abortion pill, developed in France by the designation ‘RU-486.’ Yet such early medical abortions are not easy. The pill must be followed up by a... View Article

We Have a New Look!

October 4, 2007

The Center for Bioethics Web site has undergone a make-over. We have made a number of changes to make the site more user-friendly. CedarEthics is now home to both the CedarEthics Podcast and the Director’s blog. We include more photos of students and faculty engaging in activities related to bioethics.... View Article