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"Clinicians again face work that's risky, heart-rending, physically exhausting, and demoralizing, all the elements of burnout. They have seen this before and are frustrated it is happening again." What effects will this have on healthcare workers?
Hastings Center on how to stop the spread of #covid19
"As the Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare the racial inequalities in the health care system, entrepreneurs in genetic research are speaking out about the importance of community outreach to combat those disparities and increasing diversity." #bioethics
Take a look back at our 2015 commentary about #CRISPR & germline gene editing: "CRISPR-Cas Gene Editing to Cure Serious Diseases: Treat the Patient, Not the Germ Line" by Ante S. Lundberg & Rodger Novak from @CRISPRTX #bioethics http://ow.ly/AVHP50CoA5S
Although facial recognition software proves to be useful in certain scenarios, what happens if this technology falls into the wrong hands. Researchers must recognize that unethical facial recognition practice is fundamentally dangerous. #bioethics