Allison O. Adams
Samuel C. Dudley
John A. Rock
Stephen B. Thomas
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Discussion and quick survey
public confessions and expressions of remorse by public figures
steps toward healing, or are they acts of cathartic self-indulgence?
advanced reproductive technologies leading to "boutique
E A T U R E S
Risk, and Reward
what you need as a faculty member
An academic phsycian's ambivalence
about money and biomedicine
is something to be fostered rather than exploited"
think sometimes [internal support] becomes a way of not going
out and getting external support."
review: threat or opportunity?
of an Apology
on the 1997 presidential apology for the syphilis study at Tuskegee
Stephen B. Thomas, Associate Professor, School of Public Health
stained-glass apology and other reconciliations
commentary from Associate Professor of Art History Elizabeth
Pastan, Professor of Psychology Frans de Waal, and Oxford College
Professor of English Lucas Carpenter
view of Emory from Professor Dana White, Graduate Institute of
the Liberal Arts
advanced reproductive technologies leading to boutique medicine?
the May/June 1999 issue
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