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Book Review – Tough Choices: Stories from the Front Line of Medical Ethics (Book Guild, 2018) by Daniel Sokol

Book Review – Tough Choices: Stories from the Front Line of Medical Ethics (Book Guild, 2018) by Daniel Sokol

Daniel Sokol takes us on a fascinating journey through the world of medical ethics, drawing on his extensive experience as a medical ethicist and barrister in London. The book consists of short chapters on contemporary ethical complexities, recent media headlines (such as the Alfie Evans case), issues core to medical practice such as the nature of the doctor-patient relationship and […]

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When does life begin? Is it valuable from its very beginning?

When does life begin? Is it valuable from its very beginning?

By Joe Barron-Snowdon The UK law is unjust! Or at least parts of it are. In this article I am going to propose that there are clear inconsistencies within the UK law surrounding how and when we determine the right to life of an extremely premature baby. By exploring how the current successful resuscitation of extremely premature babies impacts abortion […]

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Interview with G. M. G. a sister of an ex – premature baby

Interview with G. M. G. a sister of an ex – premature baby

If you read the previous article in the Feature TMS is doing on Resuscitating Extreme Babies (if you have not you can at this link: http://108.179.231.111/~themedn6/2015/01/12/should-we-resuscitate-extremely-premature-babies-an-interview-with-dr-sara-hamilton-consultant-paediatrician/) you may have seen the comment G. M. G made where she bravely shared the story of her sister who is an ex – premature baby. On very short notice, I was able to […]

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Should we resuscitate extremely premature babies? An interview with Dr Sara Hamilton – Consultant Paediatrician

Should we resuscitate extremely premature babies? An interview with Dr Sara Hamilton – Consultant Paediatrician

By Anne Tan It was 5pm on a Tuesday evening when I apprehensively popped my head into the doctor’s office on the paediatric unit where Dr Hamilton said I would be able to find her. The room was bustling with activity as the doctors on the day shift were handing over to the night team. Leaning against the wall I […]

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