AMA Journal Of Ethics’ March Issue Examines Global Inequities In Reproductive Health Care

American Medical Association: Questions abound on global inequities in reproductive health care
“…Questions persist about access to — and the utility of — reproductive technologies and differential treatment on the basis of race, ethnicity, and gender. The roles of a rich country’s clinical education and training programs among poor patient populations, and the changing nature of national and international reproductive health law and policy also pose dilemmas. This month’s issue of the AMA Journal of Ethics® (@journalofethics) explores the ethical, social, and cultural stakes of reproductive health care as a global clinical and educational enterprise…” (3/7).

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