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Bioethics Alumna Kira Peikoff on IVF Embryo Testing

If an IVF embryo is tested as abnormal but there’s a 40% chance it will be born healthy, would you implant it?

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How Goldman Sachs Drives Culture Change in the Financial Industry

“Culture change needs to have full C-Suite and leadership buy-in to be successful.”

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Are “VIP” Patients Worth Breaking Hospital Protocols?

Robert Klitzman comments on “VIP Syndrome,” the elaborate treatment of celebrities in hospitals , in The Boston Globe.

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7 Tips on Publishing Your Bioethics Article

Interested in publishing your bioethics articles, op-eds, and papers? This Bioethics graduate program panel offers helpful tips and advice.

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Human Capital Management Trends

The dean of the School of Professional Studies announces a free online class based around the Deloitte 2016 Global Human Capital Trends Report.

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6 Tips on Applying to Graduate School

Thinking of applying to graduate school? Keep these tips in mind while assembling your application.

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Klitzman on Diagnosing the Presidential Candidates

The Bioethics director explained why it’s fraught for medical practitioners to diagnose anyone they haven’t examined.

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Robert Klitzman and Bioethics Students Publish Journal Article

The director and the graduates of the graduate program in Bioethics co-authored an article in the journal Developing World Bioethics.

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Klitzman on IVF and Choosing a Child’s Sex

Bioethics program director Robert Klitzman speaks about the ethicals of choosing a child’s sex through in vitro fertilization.

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Dr. Mark Sauer on the Ethics of Choosing a Baby's Sex

Dr. Mark Sauer, a student in the graduate program in Bioethics, spoke to CNN about ethical complications when it comes to choosing a baby's sex.

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