Do we need better ethical guidelines to help lawmakers decide how funding should be distributed?

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Kenneth Pike is serving a prison sentence for rape. Should he receive a heart transplant at taxpayers’ expense?

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High unemployment among African-Americans with sickle cell disease has been documented, with estimates as high as 60%

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Direct-to-consumer genetic testing satisfies the curious, but at what cost? Recent surveys provide a glimpse into the psychological, behavioral and clinical impact of test results

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What Value and Price Should We Place on New Drugs? Challenges facing new British model bear watching, say Johns Hopkins bioethicists

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Researcher at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics leads analysis of state laws regarding the storage and use of newborn blood samples.

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While the new film, Limitless, is a familiar Hollywood treatment, it also shines a light on important and unaddressed neuroethics challenges

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Right-wing groups witness doctors giving sick notes to protesting teachers in Wisconsin. Incidents underscore the need for physicians to separate personal beliefs from professional duties

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