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The Zika Virus — Bioethical Implications

The recent appearance of the Zika virus has justly concerned many. With scientists evaluating its relationship to microcephaly in newborns, important ethical issues arise. The Washington Post notes that the CDC has reported that in the United States two recently Zika infected women had abortions, two suffered miscarriages, two delivered healthy babies, another gave birth to a baby with serious birth effects, and two are… // Read More »

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