Bioethicists hope a national committee will help close loopholes in the country’s biomedical ethics regulations.

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s it ethical for patients to want their bigotry to be accommodated?

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The United States is in the midst of the deadliest drug overdose epidemic in its history.

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After I declined to prescribe him stimulant medication, one of my favorite patients became angry and began to raise his voice.

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A nationwide shortage of a generic drug that can shrink and control brain tumors in children raises questions about how critical medicines can go scarce, Featuring comments from our Yoram Unguru.

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These studies have caught the attention of federal regulators.

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Researchers need guidance on how to handle published work whose ethics have been questioned, argue Graeme D. Ruxton and Tom Mulder.

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Between Jan. 1 and July 25, 1,164 new measles cases were reported across 30 states, the most since the disease was declared eliminated in 2000, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. California has seen 62 new measles cases this year.

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