Faith & Health

by Laura Ellis on March 21, 2008

Despite the high regard our founding fathers had for the separation of church and state, religious values are bound to be reflected in the laws of the land – and nowhere else does this create the kind of complications and conflict it brings to health policy. From reproductive choices to assisted suicide, from stem cell research to healthcare accessibility, the intersection of morality and healthcare law make for ambiguous and sometimes divisive situations. Join us Friday when we talk about faith and health, and the relationships between science, religion, and public policy.

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Guest: Paul D. Simmons

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