The Social Challenge of Medical Advance
- Extra Reading
Professor Stuart argues for a harmonious relationship between medical advance and its integration into the daily practices of everyday life. The health of a society and of science itself must ultimately depend on non-scientific values. This can only be achieved if scientific and technological advances are passed through the grid of social acceptance and creative community judgement.
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This event was on Thu, 29 Nov 1990
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