With technologies like CRISPR, scientists are even closer to editing the human genome to fight diseases and prolong life. But is doing so ethical?
How can we properly attend to the health of both patient and physician when unintended harm occurs?
For many, the pandemic is only further tarnishing science's name. But we need to raise the bar for what does (and does not) constitute research.
After the Masterpiece Cake Shop decision, the concept of conscience clauses has come under fire -- most recently with a pharmacist in Arizona refusing to fill a prescription.
Is healthcare like any other consumer good in the marketplace or does it occupy a privileged position that requires special protections? Our answer has far-reaching implications.