Tag Archives: Arthur Ward

Listen: Why I Donated a Kidney to a Stranger

No Easy Answers in Bioethics Episode 14 According to recent data from Donate Life America, more than 110,000 people are waiting for lifesaving organ transplants; 80% of those patients are waiting for a kidney. In this episode, Center Acting Director … Continue reading

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Ketamine for Depression: Research versus Marketing

This post is a part of our Bioethics in the News series By Arthur Ward, PhD Just weeks ago, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Ketamine as the first new drug in decades for treatment of depression. Or rather, while the … Continue reading

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Lyman Briggs instructor Arthur Ward to speak on the impact of low health literacy in America

UPDATE: This event has been canceled. Low Health Literacy: Blame to go Around Event flyer: Ward Flyer The past few decades of nation-wide research has shown indisputably that the health literacy of the American public is dangerously low, and that … Continue reading

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