Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Bioethicist’s Education

My nephew Pedro will be celebrating his first birthday in just a few days. Not having any children of my own, I cherish every moment that I get to spend with him. Unfortunately those moments are few and far between … Continue reading

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Looking Forward and Looking Back: 30 Years of AIDS

This past Sunday marked the 30th anniversary of the discovery of AIDS. The epidemic itself likely started in the 1960s, but it only 30 years ago that a few astute physicians realized that a new disease was spreading. The first … Continue reading

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