Our Nancy Kass is a guest editor of the American Journal of Public Health’s comprehensive look at the current ethical landscape of human subjects research with minority populations

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Ethics Abandoned

November 4, 2013

The independent Task Force on Preserving Medical Professionalism in National Security Detention Centers issues its report on DoD and CIA practices

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Bioethicists open a dialogue with entertainers in hopes of bringing realistic bioethics issues to a broad audience

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The Scarecrow

September 19, 2013

Chipotle claims the moral high ground with a stunning piece of propaganda

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In an effort to fight discrimination, Germany has become the first country in Europe to pass a law allowing parents to select a third gender option, neither male nor female.

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Experts say the approval of Truvada for HIV prevention raises new ethical issues that must be addressed

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From Berlin to Boston, researchers see both hope and quandary on the horizon

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DOMA Down

June 27, 2013

The Supreme Court has removed significant barriers to health-related benefits for gay spouses, and general wellbeing benefits for their children

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