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Medical ethics taking center stage

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Glenn McGee describes himself as Socrates with a beeper. He credits Dolly the sheep — the first cloned mammal — with launching his career in 1996. McGee, the director of the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College, is part of a rapidly growing field, one that barely existed 30 years ago: bioethics. Next weekend, Union College in Schenectady will become the first undergraduate college to host the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference, now in ...


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