10. On the Shoulders of Giants
Does it matter how we got here?
10.3: Section The “Johns Hopkins” Baby in the book Tough Decisions: Cases in Medical Ethics by John M. Freeman and Kevin McDonnell
10.4: New York Times article U.S. Investigating Johns Hopkins Study of Lead Paint Hazard by Tamar Lewin
10.5: Baltimore Sun article Federal Judge Rules for Deaf Nurse: Hopkins Rescinded Job Offer Due to Concern Over Sign Language Interpreter Costs by Meredith Cohn
How can we, as scientists, recognize and prevent ethical misconduct? In your opinion, do researchers have an obligation to protect vulnerable groups? Are paternalistic interventions ever justifiable if they improve public health?
- CNN article Guatemalans Deliberately Infected with STDs Sue Johns Hopkins by Ralph Ellis
- Johns Hopkins Medicine media statement U.S. Government Study in 1940s Guatemala
- First nine minutes of YouTube video “Who Shall Survive?”
- Special supplement The XYY Controversy: Researching Violence and Genetics sponsored by The Hastings Center Download PDF
- New York Times article Johns Hopkins Admits Fault in Fatal Experiment by Gina Kolata Download PDF
- Book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot