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Jonathan Bean, David Ng, Hakan Demirtas, and Patrick Guinan
Medical students’ attitudes toward torture
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Medical Autonomy and Vaccines: A Kantian Imperative
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Moral judgment in medicine: “sensibility of heart”
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A reflection on the authority gained through tradition: how implementing the Hippocratic Oath in medical school commencement helped legitimize the modern American medical profession
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Designer babies: boon or bane?
John Brewer Eberly Jr. and Lydia S. Dugdale
Hossam Reda Ghalab
Corruption and organ trafficking in Egyptian medicine
Remembering Dr. Edmund Pellegrino, physician philosopher
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A student’s call for mentorship
Stefan K. G. Grebe
Hippocrates: Where are you when we need you?
Toward a more natural medicine
UIC College of Medicine Honor Code is Alive and Well
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Must life always be prolonged?
Is it ethical to bring religion into medicine?
Has medicine lost the ethics battle?
Bioterrorism, Embryonic Stem Cells, and Frankenstein
Margaret Morganroth Gullette
Age needs a graying goddess of prophecy and her name shall be Senexa
Gender identity in the twenty-first century
David O. Irabor
Confidentiality and privacy in public hospitals
Lynn T. Kozlowski
George Orwell and the ethics of dealing in or dealing with cigarettes
Enfreakment in the medicalization of difference
Spinoza and medical practice: can the philosophy of Baruch Spinoza enrich the thinking of doctors?
Is there a united Hippocratic school?
Public insurance expansion versus a single payer system
Adil Menon and Ali Mchaourab
Pharmaceutical marketing in America
Advancing medical knowledge using nonhuman primate research
The flu vaccine: transparency, uncertainty, and trust in medicine
Reader’s response: Is it ethical to bring religion into medicine?
Eugenics: historic and contemporary
End-of-life care and contingent vs. non-contingent duties
Drug war or race war? Effects of illegal drug distribution in the African-American community
John Rasko and Carl Power
P. Ravi Shankar
Movie review: Miss Evers’ Boys new
The beauty of gender diversity
“(W)holistic”: the coining and the connotations
Our divisive political climate and our ability to treat patients without bias
George L. Spaeth
Informed choice versus informed consent
Kumara Raja Sundar
Aristotelian gender bias in modern depictions of fertilization
Fat by choice: a quest for meaning
Ethics, feminism, and cosmetic surgery
The Citadel and the Dilemma: Medicine corrupted