How We Die

March 30, 2015

Recent stories on death and dying offer interesting perspectives on discussing, preparing for and coping with an inevitable part of all of our lives

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Should diagnoses be crafted to clarify their use as criminal charges?

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No matter how a child is made, is there any “act of love” greater than parenthood?

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A Q&A with Hecht-Levi fellow Kevin Riggs about the reason insulin is expensive and what it means for the broader American pharmaceutical market

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Does the way we talk about new forms of assisted reproduction reflect misunderstanding and bias?

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Johns Hopkins researchers present groundbreaking work defining treatment with respect and dignity in the ICU

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An Oregon lawsuit raises questions about student privacy at campus health centers

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Can recently approved GMO ‘Arctic Apples’ deliver on their promise of more nutrition with less food wastage?

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