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"...more than 1,000 online medical crowdfunding campaigns have raised nearly $6.8 million intended for several treatments that are either potentially dangerous or yet to be scientifically supported as effective."
Faculty member Leigh Turner is quoted for his ethics work around stem cell treatment monitoring.
Join alum Lisa Freitag at Magers and Quinn Booksellers on 3038 Hennepin in Minneapolis on Thursday, October 4 from 7 – 8 pm to engage with the topic of caregiving and ethics in parent-child caretaking contexts.
Part memoir and part academic study, this book examines the lives of those parents who are called upon to become caregivers, as well as parents, to their children with multiple special needs. It begins a much-needed dialog between medical providers and the family caregivers who are tasked with carrying...Read more...
Congratulations to our faculty member Carl Elliott, MD, PhD for his Public Scholar award by the ...Read more...