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The PG&E outages that have affected some 1.8 million Californians in the past few weeks, amid nerve-wracking warnings of wind and fire, have put a strain on people with home medical needs.
#Bioethics News: The arrest of Harvard chemist and nanobiologist Charles Lieber for lying about his research funding from China highlights the serious challenges rising nationalism poses for science https://t.co/6otgqa9VUf
#Bioethics News: What are the ethical concerns of germline gene editing? Bioethics experts @bioethicsjosie and @BurgartBioethix weigh in here - https://t.co/jB5B0Q2O53
#Bioethics News: Across many medical institutions, physicians are not required to obtain explicit consent for pelvic exams, which are often conducted on women under anesthesia and sometimes solely for the educational benefit of medical trainees https://t.co/QjixlAJnHP
My 2 cents in this interesting article about using donated sperm from deceased men #spermdonation #infertility #IVF @KimminsSarah https://t.co/YHPEtr59BQ