December 8, 2016

We Don’t Need Greater Access to Nembutal to Achieve Good End-of-Life Care

(The Conversation) – In end-of-life care, experienced clinicians today use combinations of multiple treatments to help ease physical and psychological suffering. These treatments may be complex because “suffering” in such settings is not an undifferentiated condition for which there is … Read More

December 8, 2016

Organ Traffickers Lock Up People to Harvest Their Kidneys. Here Are the Politics Behind the Organ Trade.

(The Washington Post) – The organ trade typically takes place in developing countries whose hospitals are advanced enough to offer transplant services. It originated in India in the 1980s; in the following years, Pakistan, the Philippines, Egypt and China (where … Read More

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