Do We Need Non-Browning, GMO Apples?<br><span class='date_feature'>March 2, 2015</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/do-we-need-non-browning-gmo-apples'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> Conscientious Objections in the Intensive Care Unit<br><span class='date_feature'>March 2, 2015</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/conscientious-objections-in-the-intensive-care-unit'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> Reproduction 3.0<br><span class='date_feature'>February 26, 2015</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/reproduction-3-0'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> Bioethics in History: Pharmacy Museum, Basel<br><span class='date_feature'>February 25, 2015</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/bioethics-in-history-pharmacy-museum-basel'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div>

The Challenge of Being Mortal

March 6, 2015

Being Mortal describes how the health care system fails to serve Americans at the ends of their lives. This is Atul Gawande’s best book. Remember that you have to die: Read this book and think it through

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5 Moving, Beautiful Essays About Death and Dying

March 6, 2015

It is never easy to contemplate the end-of-life, whether its own our experience or that of a loved one. This has made a recent swath of beautiful essays a surprise

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Does UK Medicines Regulator Nice Face a Post-Election Overhaul?

March 6, 2015

It is 16 years since the then Labour government launched Nice (the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) with the aim of ending the “postcode lottery” by providing definitive expert-based national guidance on the drugs and treatments that should be provided by the NHS

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FDA Approves New Kind of Drug that Could Pave Way to Cheaper Meds

March 6, 2015

Federal regulators on Friday approved the sale of the first-ever biosimilar drug in the United States, opening the door to a cheaper class of drugs that could expand patient access to more life-saving treatments

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