Hinxton Group formed by Johns Hopkins bioethicists says progress depends on openness.
Accurate screening methods becoming more likely, but should they be offered? A doctor, speaking from experiences in caring for the elderly, says “no.”
New survey reveals widespread enthusiasm among Hopkins faculty for more community collaboration
Shortage of approved anesthetic prompts Oklahoma to OK pentobarbital; other states approached suppliers in the UK. Do bioethical considerations extend into the lives—and deaths—of the condemned?
Cell phone test touches on debate over how much health care should be placed in our own hands.
Soda exclusion pairs well with public health mission, but risks stigmatizing beneficiaries–Greenwall fellow Anne Barnhill offers some food for thought before Thanksgiving
Coverage of conflicting breast and lung cancer screening studies puts the science news “see-saw” on tilt. What duties do scientists and journalists have in reporting findings to the public?
Berman Institute faculty discuss the dilemma posed by randomizing patients — and the anguish of withholding hope.