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Ethical Dilemmas for Prioritizing Life

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Ethical Dilemmas for Prioritizing Life

Rabbi Steinsaltz continues the topic of how to prioritize lives that can be saved. He questions whether the concept of another's life taking precedence over one's own life is necessarily ethical. How would one decide between giving a heart transplant to an elderly, incompetent criminal and a young, intelligent, and kind person?
Medical Ethics, Health, Illness and Healing, Medicine

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