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Did WHO promote vaccines in India that led to deaths of children?

Jul 22, 2013

Did WHO promote vaccines in India that led to deaths of children?

A leading Indian journal of medical ethics has charged the World Health Organisation (WHO) of promoting a vaccine in this country that has been discontinued elsewhere, following adverse reactions and deaths in children. #WHO #World Health Organisation #Vaccines #medical vaccines #Indian Journal of Medical Ethics #Pentavalent
Media coverage of Mandela hospitalisation was unethical: South African presidency

Jun 25, 2013

Media coverage of Mandela hospitalisation was unethical: South African presidency

The South African Presidency has criticised certain sections of the media for transgressing medical ethics in covering the hospitalisation of former president Nelson Mandela #Nelson Mandela #Media ethics #Medical ethics #Mandela hospitalisation #South African Presidency
Cleveland motor vehicles dept uses iPod video to encourage organ donation

Apr 12, 2012

Cleveland motor vehicles dept uses iPod video to encourage organ donation

An organ donation video people can watch on an iPod while they wait at the Department of Motor Vehicles may encourage more to become donors, according to a study. #United States #TechTalk #IPod #Donation #Medical ethics #Organ donation

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Cleveland motor vehicles dept uses iPod video to encourage organ donation

Aug 20, 2014

Rise in Visitors to Switzerland for Assisted Suicide

The number of people traveling to Switzerland for assistance with suicide grew by more than a third between 2008 and 2012, according to a preliminary analysis published in the Journal of Medical Ethics...
Cleveland motor vehicles dept uses iPod video to encourage organ donation

Aug 07, 2014

FDA Moves On Tekmira's Ebola Drug While Sarepta's Sits Unused

As the WHO plans a medical ethics meeting next week on the use of early-stage Ebola drugs, the FDA releases part of a hold on Tekmira's clinical trials while Sarepta's DoD-supported drug sits dormant. How will companies conduct Phase 2 trials if it's...
Cleveland motor vehicles dept uses iPod video to encourage organ donation

Aug 21, 2014

Switzerland’s suicide tourism industry is booming

The number of foreigners traveling to Switzerland to commit assisted suicide doubled over a four-year period, a study published in the Journal of Medical Ethics said on Thursday. In 2012,.....