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JRAMC BMJ | Invited Review: US military medical ethics in the War on Terror

Written by George J Annas and Sondra Crobsy WITH THE NEW DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of Defense or the U.S. Government. Abstract: Military medical ethics has been challenged by the post-11 September 2001 ‘War on Terror’. ...

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SLATE: A Horrifying Ethical Dilemma

Jan 24, 2019 By Christina Cauterucci “Last month, a 29-year-old woman who’s been in a persistent vegetative state since she was a toddler went into labor and gave birth. An employee of the Arizona health care facility where she’s resided for more than 26 years swears no one had any idea she was pregnant until ...

BU Today [POV]: How Did Claims of CRISPR Babies Hijack an International Gene-Editing Summit?

Written By George Annas How is it consistent with either science or ethics to permit a conference on human gene editing to be hijacked by a rogue researcher who is unwilling (or unable) to present evidence that his experiment has actually been done, and to make his data available to scientists and the public? I ...

STAT [First Opinion]: More research on ‘dying healthy’ will also help us live healthier

October 3, 2018 By George J. Annas and Sandro Galea Helping people live longer has been a central goal of medicine for decades. The quest to extend life raises an interesting question: Should we keep investing in research aimed at adding even more years to the already impressive gains in the average life expectancy that ...

NYT: After Torture, Ex-Detainee Is Still Captive of ‘The Darkness’

In a recently published New York Times article, physician, GLP activist and expert on torture Sondra Crosby was asked  to discuss her experience with Mr. Suleiman Abdullah Salim, who was a victim of US torture practices. Dr. Crosby reported that Mr. Salim “…is plagued by profound distress, inability to eat and inability to sleep.” Stories ...