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Duodenoscopes have sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks. Now some experts are demanding the devices be redesigned or taken off the market.
Hastings Center fellow @ArthurCaplan talks safe vaccines, addressing needs, and protecting lives on @CNN https://t.co/huBaG0waEu
Is Telemedicine Here to Stay? https://t.co/NfIJV86Ot0
In a @hastingscenter forum, @joelmreynolds @GuidryGrimes & @KSavin argue against personal ventilator reallocation, as it raises crucial issues concerning bias against persons in the disability community #bioethics #COVID19 https://t.co/z9N4ySplmD
If medical rationing becomes necessary, bioethicist Larry Churchill will subscribe to the “life span approach” to #ethics: He has had his turns at bat, while younger people have had less time to experience life. https://t.co/IcyeYX5Bqn