Feature Interview (8:30) – Dr. Peter Colosi, philosophy professor at Salve Regina University, explains his “Charity and Clarity” method for defending and explaining unpopular health care ethics.
Also in this episode:
News (00:45) – “Your Surgeon Is Probably a Republican, Your Psychiatrist Probably a Democrat” (nyti.ms/2dAsjBX)
Medical Trivia (Answer at 39:00) – Since 1947, the Gallup Polling organization has asked the question, “When a person has a disease that cannot be cured, do you think doctors should be allowed by law to end the patient’s life by some painless means if the patient and his or her family request it?” What percentage of Americans answered “yes” in 1947 and in 2018?
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