Tag: accessibility

Tag: accessibility

The Ethics of Longevity and Our Technological Imperative
February 1, 2023 Medical Decisions and the Human Lifespan Ariel Sykes

The Ethics of Longevity and Our Technological Imperative By Lauren Burr Table of Contents Introduction Factual Background Ethical Future Scenario Accessibility Quality of Life Conclusion Introduction One of the most quintessential questions we ask as humans is: How can I live longer or forever? Our instinct is to fight death; to want to live forever,

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The Ethics of Pharmaceutical Pricing
June 1, 2022 Vision of Justice Giordan I. '23

Profit vs Access: An Ethical Commentary to Pharmaceutical Pricing in Relation to Patient Access By Giordan Ismael Medical costs have been drastically increasing for many Americans. One factor that has influenced increases in the healthcare spending category is the increase of prescription drugs. Currently, there are limited regulations regarding the pricing for prescription drugs which

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The Ethical Implications of Telemedicine
June 26, 2020 Brave New World Apara Sharma

From the Bedside to the Web-Side: Is Telemedicine Infringing on the Doctor-Patient Relationship? By Georgia Post-Lipnick Have you ever had a virtual doctor’s appointment? Whether you knew it or not, you took part in using telemedicine, remote healthcare by means of technology. Telemedicine is making healthcare more accessible, affordable, and convenient for both the patients

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