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"The Commercialization of Clinical Trials: An Examination of Resulting Ethical Issues"

The Commercialization of Clinical Trials:  An Examination of Resulting Ethical Issues

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"The Science of Science Educaion: A Look at Undergraduate Science Education in the U.S."

Dakota Fisher-Vance
13 December 2010
Biology in Society Senior Seminar

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"The Science of Science Educaion: A Look at Undergraduate Science Education in the U.S."

Dakota Fisher-Vance
13 December 2010
Biology in Society Senior Seminar

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Medical Information and the Internet

        With the age of information technology upon us, the methods people use to search for information is drastically changing. One of the most influential causes of this change has been the Internet. Information that has historically been difficult to access, or was only accessible to certain individuals, is now available to the general public in a matter of seconds. While the benefits and consequences of the Internet have been widespread, one sector that has been significantly impacted is health care, thanks to newly available medical information. 

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Scientific miscommunication: an examination of the divide between the scientific community and the public

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Ethical Use of Human Subjects

Ethical Use of Human Subjects

1. Globalization of Clinical Trials

2. Case Study

3. Placebos

Globalization of Clinical Trials

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Why Categorize?

 Why Categorize?

 

“The general public must infer mental illness from four signals: psychiatric symptoms, social skills deficits, physical appearance, and labels”

-Corrigan, 2000

 

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Gene as a symbol

“When we know the sequence of the molecule that makes up all our genes, we will know what it is to be human. When we know what our DNA looks like, we will know why some of us are rich and some poor, some healthy and some sick, some powerful and some weak” (Richard Lewontin)

 

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Medical Information on the Internet

 Medical Information on the Internet

 

Internet Code of Ethics

 

Guiding Principles

 

1. Candor – Sites should clearly indicate who owns the site, what the purpose of the site is, and conflicting interests the site manager might have

 

 2. Honesty – Sites should honestly portray all claims about efficacy, performance, or benefits of products/services

 

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premature babies!

 Laws governing Pre-mature babies

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