Gavel And Medical Stethoscope

Daniel Callahan, preeminent and probing bioethicist, dies at 88

Via the Washington Post

Daniel Callahan, a philosopher who helped found the modern field of bioethics, calling on physicians, patients and policymakers to confront vexing questions about the rising costs of health care and the sometimes competing goals of a long life and a good life, died July 16 at a hospital in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. He was 88.

Read the full obituary here.

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