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American Doctor Claims Research in India was Unethical

February 17, 2016

An American doctor has claimed that a major study of cervical cancer in India was unethical, leading to at least 254 “pointless deaths.” American pathologist Dr Eric Suba has criticized three major long-term studies of cervical cancer, conducted in India between 1997 and 2012. In a lecture given in Mubai... View Article

New Challenges to Brain Death

February 10, 2016

Since 1969, the Harvard Criteria on Brain Death have provided guidelines for declaring a patient dead, even if the heart is still beating. This has allowed for a significant expansion of organ transplants. Donation occurs while the organ is still viable, resulting in better outcomes for recipients. As a legal,... View Article