Archives for Month: October 2014

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CedarEthics: New Student Papers

October 28, 2014

The Center for Bioethics is happy to announce the latest edition in our online journal of outstanding student bioethics papers. For example, in her paper, “Ethical Duties in Ectopic Pregnancy,” recent graduate Josephine Hein describes the clinical condition: An ectopic pregnancy (EP), from Latin roots meaning “out of place,” is a... View Article

Pro-Life: A Broader Meaning

October 19, 2014

(By Dr. Heather Kuruvilla) What do you think of when you hear the term “pro-life?” Do anti-abortion protestors come to mind? Do you imagine volunteers faithfully reaching out to women with crisis pregnancies? Do you reflect on lawyers and legislators working to change our laws to recognize the unborn as... View Article

Ezekiel Emanuel is Wrong

October 6, 2014

Physician-ethicist Ezekiel Emanuel seems to love being at the center of controversy. One of the architects of Affordable Care Act, he is director of Clinical Bioethics at the NIH and chairs the Department of Medical Ethics & Health Policy at U Penn. He has frequently (and often unfairly) been criticized... View Article