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Personalized Medicine: The Promise and Ethical Challenges

Personalized Medicine: The Promise and Ethical Challenges - Lecture, Reception to follow

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  • Lecture
  • Reception
Where Reynolds Auditorium, Bryan University Ctr., Duke University
Contact Name
Contact Phone 919.668.9000
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Ralph Snyderman, MD
Chancellor Emeritus for Health Affairs, Duke University, James B. Duke Professor of Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine
and 
David Ewing Duncan
Author and Chief Correspondent, NPR's Biotech Nation
Director, Center of Life Science Policy at University of California, Berkeley

Reception to follow in Von Canon Hall

Free and Open to the Public - Parking available in Bryan Deck on Science Drive

This public lecture also serves as the opening address at the upcoming 2011 National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference (NUBC), sponsored by the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities and held this year at Duke University, March 18-20. The goal of NUBC is to foster dialogue among students and leading figures in bioethics. Each year the conference draws more than 200 students from across the country, and this year's theme is "Bioethics: More Personal or More Global?" The 2011 conference will address current controversies in bioethics from personalized medicine and genomics to a range of ethical issues in global health.

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