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Our Nancy Kass discusses ethics, public health and measles vaccinations on MSNBC’s NewsNation with Tamron Hall

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Is uncovering drug users worth exposing children to greater risk of homelessness and hunger?

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Q & A with Anne Barnhill, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and a participant in the Feeding the World, Ethically meeting

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A report found significant increases in the number of homeless individuals with health insurance in states that expanded Medicaid coverage, which will also benefit hospitals, doctors, and ultimately society

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Scientists want to find an Ebola vaccine, but controversy has arisen over how candidate drugs should be tested

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The Berman Institute’s public health ethics scholars address the most asked and most difficult questions of the ongoing Ebola outbreak.

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