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Ethics and Medics February 2018
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Ethics and Medics February 2018 is now out!
In continuous publication for forty-three years, Ethics & Medics covers emerging issues in bioethics, medicine, and healthcare from a uniquely Catholic perspective. The winner of many awards over the course of its long history, this four-page bulletin appears twelve times per year and has published a wide range of accomplished
authors, including physicians, lawyers, nurses, philosophers, theologians, ethicists, bishops, and cardinals. Each issue explores fundamental moral questions of concern to medicine, cutting-edge topics in science and technology, and personal accounts and case studies of those who have encountered challenges or found new insights in the field of healthcare.
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