OTHER WORDS FROM bioethicsbi·o·eth·i·cal, adjectivebi·o·eth·i·cist [bahy-oh-eth-uh-sist], /ˌbaɪ oʊˈɛθ ə sɪst/, noun
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Alicia Ouellette, dean of the Albany Law School and a leading bioethics expert who was appointed to the state task force last year, said she was unaware of how some of the state’s vaccine distribution plans had been formulated.How Cuomo put a political loyalist in charge of New York’s vaccine rollout|Josh Dawsey, Michael Scherer, Amy Brittain|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
Too often in bioethics debates, we forget the people who are actually going to be affected by a new procedure.
“Yes,” Dr. Iain Brassington, a bioethics lecturer at the University of Manchester, told me.