The Ethics of a Cure

The Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School has posted video of my book talk in its Narrative Ethics Author Series. In attendance were a number of family and friends who were very much involved in the story told in “Blood Lines,” along with Christine Mitchell and director Bob Truog of the Center for Bioethics, masters students and fellows. The dialogue in the second half of the video gave me a whole new reason for why I wrote this book. Now I’ll let the video speak for itself. Click here. 

About paulcmclean

I'm a husband, father, and writer, which is another way of saying I have the best gig there is. I'm an accidental bioethicist, occasional children's chorus chaperone, a bit over the top in the Springsteen department, and have a daughter who was cured and a beagle with a story. Some call the beagle a rescue. What they don't realize is, I'm the rescue.
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