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Compassionate use access to investigational medicines: a pioneering industry-academia parternship model

When: Thursday, 1 December 2016 from 16:30 to 19:00

Where: Richard Doll Lecture Theatre, Richard Doll Building, Old Road Campus, Headington, Roosevelt Drive, OX3 7LF Oxford, United Kingdom… 294 more words

Bioethics

None of your damn business Arthur

“ Clinton, of course, had to leave a 9/11 commemoration in New York early last Sunday, suffering from dehydration and a case of pneumonia. The infection had been diagnosed two days earlier, after she saw a doctor for a cough that had drawn intense interest from the ready-to-pounce conservative media. 107 more words

Vaccines

Can Ethical Review Be Automated?

I often told my students of the connection between comedy and philosophy, noting that many popular comedians have an academic background in philosophy. Hoping to validate my statement and gain interest points for himself, one student approached me to say he went to the comedy club and the comedian joked that he started doing comedy after graduating with a philosophy degree and learning that “all the big philosophy firms” were not hiring. 567 more words

Ethics

You're the tops Arthur

“Celebrities have had an out-of-proportion impact on the public’s understanding of vaccine risk. I don’t want to overplay it; most people vaccinate. It’s not like hordes of people are listening to Jenny McCarthy and saying, ‘Forget the American Association of Pediatrics, I’m going with the former Playboy Bunny.'” 86 more words

Vaccines