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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

Jul 04, 2014

Atheist Nigerian detained in psychiatric ward for not believing in God

Mubarak Bala said he was detained and medicated at Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital, in Kano state, northern Nigeria, by his Muslim family after speaking openly about his religious beliefs, the International Humanist and Ethical Union has said...
Cleveland motor vehicles dept uses iPod video to encourage organ donation

Jun 24, 2014

Telling parents they're not a child's biological mother or father can do more harm than good, expert warns

Autumn Fiester, director of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, says experts are now questioning whether parents have a right to know such information...
Cleveland motor vehicles dept uses iPod video to encourage organ donation

Jul 19, 2014

Immunization for Ontario health care workers lags as patients die

Nearly 200 people died and hundreds more were hospitalized from the spread of disease in Toronto long-term care homes, retirement homes and hospitals in the past four years, a Star/Ryerson University investigation has found. In all, more than 4,200 s... #Toronto #Ontario #British Columbia #Ryerson