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Bloomberg's Health Legacy: urban innovator or meddling nanny?
Futility on the border.
H5N1 avian flu research and the ethics of knowledge.
Casting light and doubt on uncontrolled DCDD protocols.
U.s. Law and animal experimentation: a critical primer.
Every country's law permits medical experimentation on animals. While some countries protect particular kinds of animals from being subject to experimentation-notably great apes and endangered species-very few place concrete limitations on what researchers may cause animals to suffer, given sufficie...
Why and when should we use public deliberation?
Seven things to know about female genital surgeries in Africa.
We use the more neutral expression female genital surgery. In their passion to end the practice, anti-mutilation advocacy organizations often make claims about female genital surgeries in Africa that are inaccurate or overgeneralized or that don't apply to most cases. The aim of this article-which w...
Doctors and torture.
The ghosts of institutionalization at Pennhurst's haunted asylum.
The influenza controversy: should limits be placed on science?
Should government have the power to place limits on a scientific pursuit that holds the potential for both good and harm-on what is called "dual-use research"? That is the highly charged question surrounding research to genetically modify influenza A (H5N1) to render it more easily t...