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Sandhya Srinivasan


It is important for all of us — whether medical professionals, patients or other interested parties — to be aware of the intimate relation between medical innovations, the environment in which they develop, and their consequences, economic or otherwise. Without this recognition, it is easy to view each medical step as unnatural and evil (“it is against God and nature”) or an unadulterated good (“it gives people more choices”).

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