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Keisha Ray, PhD

It’s hard to say which topics that bioethicists research and write about should be published in popular news sources a...

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Kyle Ferguson, PhD and Arthur Caplan, PhD

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Black Bioethics and How the Failures of the Profession Paved the Way for Its Existence

Keisha Ray, PhD

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Why Legacy Admissions Has No Place in 21st-Century Medical Education

Rebecca L Volpe PhD and Kimberly R Myers, MA, PhD

Legacy admissions, which occur when an educational institution gives preference to certain applicants based on their fam...

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