Cigars vs. Cigarettes: How bad are they for you?
How bad are cigars for you?
Arthur Caplan, Director of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU Langone Medical Center, joins David to discuss the ethics of genetic editing
A promising new medical technology has the potential to cure many genetic diseases by deleting or replacing defective genes. But ethicist Marcy Darnovsky of the Center for Genetics and Society is concerned about the safety of the technology, the unintended consequences of gene alteration for future generations, and the possibility of wealthy parents using the technology to “enhance” their children, regardless of medical necessity.
Chomsky goes through some of the crimes of the post-war presidents. From 2003.