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12/18/2014

Two Cheers for Choosing Wisely

Dena S. Davis

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12/05/2014

Trapper’s Care in the Animal ER and Frank Talk about Costs

Chelsea A. Jack

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12/01/2014

How Brittany Maynard Changed the Conversation about Aid in Dying

Dena S. Davis

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11/07/2014

Responding to Ebola: Health Care Professionals’ Obligations to Provide Care

Joel Frader and Lainie Friedman Ross

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11/04/2014

Responding to Ebola: Misplaced Police Powers

Nick Diamond

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10/28/2014

Responding to Ebola: The Question of Quarantine

Karyn L. Boyar

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10/10/2014

Responding to Ebola: Questions about Resuscitation

Joseph J. Fins

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10/08/2014

New York City’s Innovative Approach to Helping Unaccompanied Minors

Chelsea Jack

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09/25/2014

Synthetic Biology: A Study in Reinvention

Gregory E. Kaebnick

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09/25/2014

Synthetic Biology: A Study in Reinvention

Gregory E. Kaebnick

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