Jeffrey Kahn on WYPR Midday<br><span class='date_feature'>November 28, 2017</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/jeff-kahn-on-wypr-midday'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> The Peanut Butter Grandma Goes To Washington<br><span class='date_feature'>November 22, 2017</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/the-peanut-butter-grandma-goes-to-washington'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> A Recap of PRIM&R’s #AER17 Featuring BI Alumni<br><span class='date_feature'>November 15, 2017</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/a-recap-of-primrs-aer17-featuring-bi-alumni'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div> A Call To Action Report<br><span class='date_feature'>November 14, 2017</span><br><div style='margin-top:69px; font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:geogria, sans-serif;'><a href='http://bioethicsbulletin.org/archive/a-call-to-action-report'style='font-size:14px; color:#70cee4; font-family:Geogria, serif;'>Read More</a><div>

We Regret To Inform You That A British Surgeon Was Branding His Initials On Livers

December 14, 2017

The liver is a fascinating thing

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40 Years Later, Some Survivors of the First Ebola Outbreak Are Still Immune

December 14, 2017

The antibodies in their blood might hold the key to future vaccines

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Scientists Figure Out Why Italian Family Can’t Feel Pain

December 14, 2017

An Italian woman, her two daughters, and her three grandchildren have always had trouble feeling pain. They can’t sense temperature. They break bones without noticing. Now, a team of scientists in the United Kingdom think they’ve figured out why

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When Death Is Imminent, End-Of-Life Care Decisions Sometimes Go Out the Window

December 14, 2017

Two medics roll Mrs. M into the emergency department. Sweat drips from her forehead. Her chest heaves in and out as she tries to suck every last oxygen molecule from inside the oxygen mask. I introduce myself and she opens her eyes but her glassy stare lands beyond me. “She has metastatic breast cancer,” says one of the medics. “She’s in hospice. But her son wants everything done.”

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