Op-Ed: Compensation

June 21, 2012

Victims of morally egregious government programs should receive compensation

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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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A new, non-invasive genetic test reveals a fetus’ genome months before it’s born, presenting, and possibly exacerbating, many of the ethical and social risks associated with existing methods of prenatal genetic testing

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Ruth Faden, director of the Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, appears on “BioCentury This Week”

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Remarks by William C. Stubing at the 2012 Harvey M. Meyerhoff Leadership in Bioethics Award Luncheon

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Johns Hopkins scholar and human rights advocate Leonard Rubenstein is at the World Health Assembly this week, pushing for a resolution to document attacks on health care workers.

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If viewers can’t tell that Hannah from HBO’s ‘Girls’ is a horrible source of medical information, then we’ve got way bigger worries than her HPV inaccuracies

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Berman Institute Faculty member Leonard Rubenstein discuss health care in conflicts (Video)

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