Defining the right to compassion

Campus Life Editor | madisonling307@yahoo.com There’s been decades of debate circulating about euthanasia. The most compelling argument being that it shouldn’t be permitted due to liability and bias, prejudice toward vulnerable populations and alternative means to death with dignity. This is what should be considered with the right to compassion. Allowing euthanasia in medicine challenges […]

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Regulate the robots

Campus Life Editor madisonling307@yahoo.com There has been much debate about what role artificial intelligence (AI) should have in health care. Some say that its role should be unlimited and that these algorithm controlled machines should be allowed to hold human lives in their hands. Others argue that it should not be used and question how […]

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Healing the American medical system

by Madison Ling, Campus Life Editor madisonling307@yahoo.com For many years, the United States’ health care system has been a subject of scrutiny. Many say it’s “broken” due to its increasing waitlist that it’s too selective about what services will and will not be covered and finally that it doesn’t seem to care for underprivileged populations. […]

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