Monthly Archives: October 2014
Jason Behrmann and Vardit Ravitsky argue that payment for plasma could lead to the commodification of bone-marrow stem cells in a way that could compromise certain values underlying Canadian healthcare.
David Moscrop argues that Canadian debates concerning medicinal marijuana should be empirically grounded.
Françoise Baylis criticizes including egg freezing as part of employee benefits packages.
Jason Behrmann, Marie-Josée Potvin, Vardit Ravitsky, and Bryn Williams-Jones argue that curriculum improvements are needed to support Canadian ethics educators in their training of future public health professionals
Juliet Guichon calls upon readers to help parents receive accurate scientific information from publicly funded school boards about vaccination that can help their children avoid certain cancers.
Diego S. Silva argues that local and international governments need to pay attention to what healthcare workers need to uphold their supposed duty to care during the Ebola epidemic.
Sarah Chapple argues that young adults who are living with a disability need access to a variety of appropriate housing and care options