Category Archives: Medical Ethics

Dissident Doctor by Michael C. Klein (84)

I have been reading a few medical books recently. I not only love the topic of these books, but I also learn so much about the state of our medical practise in Canada. This book is written by a medical … Continue reading

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Universal Health Care: What the United States Can Learn From the Canadian Experience by Pat and Hugh Armstrong (163)

This is a book that is informative and inspiring.  I knew that our health care system was the best in the world. And now I have the research to prove it. American health care is at a crossroads.  In the … Continue reading

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The Right to Die By Gary Bauslaugh-nonfiction book for January challenge (133)

This is a book that is fitting for our time and it is about a topic that many people are very passionate about. It is about the right to a dignified death. The book is well argued with actual cases … Continue reading

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