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Vaccine Fairness – The Big Picture
Peter Schwartz, MD, PhD | Feb 01, 2021
Historical Lessons on the Use and Abuse of Science and Scientists: A Letter from Patrick J. Loehrer, Sr. M.D. to Colleagues
Patrick J. Loehrer, Sr., M.D., the Director of the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, wrote a letter to all members of the Cancer Center this week about the use and abuse of science and scientists during the pandemic and throughout history. We’re publishing the letter as an IUCB blog, with Dr. Loehrer’s approval, since these topics are so central to thinking about ethics involving knowledge, uncertainty, and action during this pandemic.
Peter Schwartz, MD, PhD | Jul 24, 2020
Your Behavior, Your Health, Our Pandemic
Controlling the pandemic depends on people wearing masks, washing hands, and physically distancing. This fact highlights the time-honored truth that individual behavior, illness, and public health are tightly linked.
Peter Schwartz, MD, PhD | Jul 17, 2020
Outlaw Tennis: Ethically Violating a COVID Closure
Peter Schwartz, MD, PhD | May 26, 2020