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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Are hospital hiring policies banning smokers extreme or economical? Healthier workplace may mean fewer job opportunities and freedoms for some

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Published findings of legitimate work on mind-altering chemicals keep unscrupulous chemists in business and a step ahead of the law. Dilemma illustrates where bioethics ends—and law enforcement begins

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The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics is pleased to announce we are now in our new East Baltimore home

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Antiretroviral use before sex among men who have sex with men has shown early success. But “pre-exposure prophylaxis” raises ethical issues for current, future HIV prevention trials

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Hinxton Group formed by Johns Hopkins bioethicists says progress depends on openness.

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Accurate screening methods becoming more likely, but should they be offered? A doctor, speaking from experiences in caring for the elderly, says “no.”

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New survey reveals widespread enthusiasm among Hopkins faculty for more community collaboration

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