biomedical ethics: January 2006 Archives

time to curtail public financing ?

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The unholy lust of scientists

via Happy Catholic

So much of what is called 'truth' via the scientific method is actually statistical data. Liars figure, and figures lie. And 'peer review' of journal articles is not immune to peer pressure, both to approve and reject submitted research.

a moral dilemma?


Catholic hospitals and emergency contraception

I participated in a rather technical and somewhat heated discussion of this topic. This was at a conference on NFP sponsored by Marquette University a few years back. The post referenced above is an excellent digest of a matter that isn't as simple (from any perspective) as it first seems.

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