Medical Ethics, Medical Schools, and the Wisconsin Protests

George Leef

Dr. Paul Hsieh writes here about the ways in which current trends in medical ethics and medical schools dovetail with the actions of doctors who are not troubled by writing medical excuses for state workers who want to skip work in order to protest against proposals meant to lower state expenses in Wisconsin. It's all part of the "social justice" crusade. [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="225" caption=""I'm a doctor; need a note?" via Althouse"][/caption]

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