Yesterday, Arthur Caplan discussed on NPR’s Fresh Air the array of bioethical issues that the Obama presidency is going to grapple with in the coming years.
As the article states,
In an article last month for MSNBC.com, Caplan writes that it is crucial for politicians and pundits alike to pay attention to the messages sent by the American public in the election: “Like it or not — and I am well aware that many are not ready to let go of these issues — the nation may be starting to move past the endless battles over stem cells, embryos and abortion.”
Caplan discusses these, and other issues, in greater depth in this 30-minute plus interview. Take a listen.
Summer Johnson, PhD