Tag: The New England Journal of Medicine
Pro-Abortion Absolutism and Its Consequences
Abortion absolutism is a radical departure from the once well-accepted idea that nascent human beings — at least at some level — deserve respect and protection.
The Tragedy of Francis Collins’s Model for Science-Faith Integration
The depiction of Francis Collins as someone who has developed a good model for integrating faith and science is in many respects a tragic myth.
Top Medical Journal: No Sex Designation on Birth Certificates
The authors also want sex designations removed from important documents such as passports.
Ethicist Protests Politicized Science — Alas, That Horse Left the Barn Long Ago
It is all about the costs of getting on the wrong side of the power structure. To say that this “chills” debate about scientific issues is an understatement.
Lancet Hydroxychloroquine Paper Scandal Illustrates Scientific Bias, Not Only in Medicine
It’s a particularly crude example of how confirmation bias works — how else would you explain this story? — not only among lay people but among top researchers.