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>My Letter in Scientific American

>Scientific American published a biased little op-ed in their October 2005 “SA Perspectives” titled “Fill This Prescription” concerning pharmacists who refuse to fill prescriptions that they consider harmful, saying, It is tempting to wonder how far the principle of denying medicines for ethical reasons could stretch. Could one who disapproves of homosexuality refuse antiretrovirals to … Continue reading

My Letter in Scientific American

Scientific American published a biased little op-ed in their October 2005 “SA Perspectives” titled “Fill This Prescription” concerning pharmacists who refuse to fill prescriptions that they consider harmful, saying, It is tempting to wonder how far the principle of denying medicines for ethical reasons could stretch. Could one who disapproves of homosexuality refuse antiretrovirals to … Continue reading

>Pro-life need not apply

>Speaking of ethics in reporting about scientific research, there hasn’t been much coverage of the study out of New Zealand that concludes that abortion hurts women and the difficulty the authors had in finding a publisher, as noted by Stuff.co.nz , an – ? or should I say “the”? -on-line New Zealand news source: There … Continue reading

Pro-life need not apply

Speaking of ethics in reporting about scientific research, there hasn’t been much coverage of the study out of New Zealand that concludes that abortion hurts women and the difficulty the authors had in finding a publisher, as noted by Stuff.co.nz , an – ? or should I say “the”? -on-line New Zealand news source: There … Continue reading

>Scientific Journal Rivalry?

>The scientific journal, Nature, devotes quite a bit of its space in the January 12, 2006 issue to two editorials and one review article concerning ethics, peer review, and the spectacular failure of both in the publication of the “results” of the Korean veterinarian, Hwang Wu Suk, in the cloning of human embryos for the … Continue reading

Scientific Journal Rivalry?

The scientific journal, Nature, devotes quite a bit of its space in the January 12, 2006 issue to two editorials and one review article concerning ethics, peer review, and the spectacular failure of both in the publication of the “results” of the Korean veterinarian, Hwang Wu Suk, in the cloning of human embryos for the … Continue reading

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