Monthly Archives: September 2015

When Rights Collide

Jackie Leach Scully suggests that when rights collide, we should remember that religion is a choice, whereas disability is not.

Pharma Financialized

Matthew Herder argues that recent drug price hikes are only one part of a bigger problem with industry-driven pharmaceutical research and development.

Code Gridlock

Chris Simpson rants about the crisis in Canada’s hospitals.

GET OUT OF THE WAY to PAVE THE WAY

Barry Hoffmaster discusses Steven Pinker’s call for bioethics to “get out of the way.”

A Fate Worse than Death

Letitia Meynell explains why assisted dying is an important option for the terminally ill.

Pink Pill or Blue Pill?

Robyn MacQuarrie explains why she will continue to prescribe Viagra instead of Addyi to treat some women’s sexual dysfunction.

The Disordered Logic of Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder

Tamara Kayali Browne suggests that the diagnosis of female sexual desire disorder is problematic.