New conference considers moral obligations in bioethics

Posted by Patrick Driscoll on

St. Mary’s University will hold its inaugural Conference on Justice and Social Concerns tomorrow at the University Center Conference Room.

This first Conference offers a place for dialogue on the broad field of bioethics, which includes stem cell research, genetically modified organisms, animal ethics, socioeconomic concerns, healthcare accessibility and climate change.

Panel sessions with experts from these fields will invite participants to consider the facts and moral obligations of the topics, and to reflect on how the field of bioethics affects our global community and the common good.

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