Leonard Fleck recently spoke at 6th Annual Conference on Health Issues in Arab Communities

The 6th Annual Conference on Health Issues in Arab Communities was held on October 16-17 in Dearborn, Michigan. Among the goals of the conference is providing scientific information related to the following focus areas affecting Arab communities: social determinants of health, genetics and health with emphasis on chronic disease, and quality health care.

Dr. Leonard Fleck, Professor in the Center for Ethics, gave a lecture on the second day of the conference entitled, Pharmacogenetics and Health Care Rationing: Rough Justice, Ragged Edges, Rugged Moral Terrain.

For more information on the conference, please visit their website.


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