Science has replaced the supernatural in almost all recent superhero films, and fear of its misuse has become a major plot and character motivation

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The impact of intensive summer bioethics courses extends around the globe as health leaders from Myanmar/ Burma take their lessons home.

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The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute’s African Bioethics Program Receives a 5-Year Continuation Grant from NIH

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Changing guidelines threaten important HIV drug trial. One year after publication, the HPTN 052 study serves as a case study of ethical challenges faced at every stage of the research trial process

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Pulling The Plug

April 18, 2012

Patient advocate and advance care planning pioneer Myra Christopher shares the background and personal motivation behind a ‘cultural change’ in medicine

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Little is known about how pregnant women respond to most drugs. The Second Wave Initiative was launched to respond to this problem.

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Ethics Consultation

March 27, 2012

Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics Faculty Provide Members of the Johns Hopkins Community With Free, Confidential Research Ethics Advice

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Op-Ed: Encouraging Deceit

March 16, 2012

Bioethicist and M.D. Renée Boss injects some facts into the ideological and legislative ‘war on women’

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