Bioethics and corruption: What’s the link?

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Corruption is not a chapter heading in most bioethics textbooks. But a passionate article in a recent issue of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine suggests that it is fundamental. “If bioethicists are now the guardians of medical ethics, how is it that they have nothing to say about medical corruption?” ask two American and one Indian bioethicists.

View the original article here: Bioethics: real life or an “esoteric puzzle”?

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