Less than 40 years ago, being diagnosed with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) was a death sentence, as there was no treatment for the virus. Most people who lived through the HIV/AIDS epidemic of the 1980’s never would have guessed
Unborn Heroes: Should parents of anencephalic infants have the right to donate their child’s organs?
Description: Every year 12,000 unborn fetuses are diagnosed with a missing brain and parts of their skull, a birth defect known as anencephaly. 2,000 are brought to term; none will survive more than a few days. These unborn infants, if brought
Description: Should those with Down Syndrome have equal access to organs? Those with Down Syndrome are commonly denied placement on the organ waiting list, which is widely attributed to their low pre- and post- surgery medical compliance. However, there are
Description: Is donating blood a right or a privilege? Although blood donation might appear to be a somewhat simple process, only 38% of the United States population actually qualifies to participate. This project will explore the fairness of the qualifications that