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The accelerated approval of a new drug intended to combat Alzheimer’s has generated concern regarding the drugs true efficacy, safety and high costs.
To address a caregiving crisis and fill the caregiving void, technologists and caregivers are turning to robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The United States, along with other affluent countries, must take immediate actions to ensure the ethical allocation of vaccines to all countries.
The application of experimental medicine must ensure that trial participants are treated ethically with a high level of respect and care.
Arkansas ban on gender-affirming care, and similar bills in other states, beg the question, what right do policymakers have to override the scope of medical practice, and on what grounds?
Maternal mortality is a multi-faceted issue requiring numerous solutions, however it is possible for hospitals to improve their care.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the airline industry and the duty of airlines to protect employees' public health interests.
As our society moves closer to beating COVID-19, the homeless population has yet to experience the same progress and continues to suffer.
Labeling the COVID-19 virus the “China Virus” is driving racism and violence targeting those in the AAPI community.
Summary: Embracing human challenge trials may not be easy, but we cannot afford to overlook the enormous social benefit that comes with their implementation.