Covering Ethical Debates About Medical Issues

June 2003
Nieman Reports;Summer2003, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p29
Discusses the role of journalist in Nebraska in informing people about the complexities of the science and ethics of medical research. Debate of state senators on medical research; Creation of the project Medical Ethics: Tough Choices; Effort to help Nebraskans to deal with decisions about medical ethics.


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