Mary Beth Blake and Hans Uffelmann
May 4, 2009
It began as a vision a quarter century ago. With medical technology accelerating rapidly, a healthcare attorney, a physician and a philosopher envisioned a place to consider the ethical implications of using this technology.
In this edition of The Bioethics Channel, Mary Beth Blake and Hans Uffelmann describe how the Center for Practical Bioethics evolved into what it is 25 years later.
Labels: bioethics, medical ethics