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Supermax Torture in America
An eminent medical historian discusses two major, blatantly unethical studies the U.S. government conducted on syphilis patients in Guatemala and Alabama.
The value of academic-industry relationships
Thomas P. Stossel
Relationships between academic institutions and biotechnology companies create conflicts of interest that undermine the goals of academic medicine and harm the public.
Is religion an obstacle to treatment?
National Small Business Association is the leading voice of America’s small-business owners.
Todd O. McCracken
Who speaks for small business?
Nicole D. Kazee, Michael Lipsky, Cathie Jo Martin
A case study on Cambodia.
Michael Kremer, David Clingingsmith
Sex Education in the United States.
Maureen N. McLane
How greater economic equality would promote public health.
Norman Daniels, Bruce Kennedy, Ichiro Kawachi
Two new collections of essays contribute to the public debate—with varied results.
An interview with the Rev. Eugene Rivers III.
Eugene F. Rivers III, Eva T. Thorne
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