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    Charlene Galarneau

    • Bathroom Bioethics

      Posted on November 9, 2018

      What do many transgender persons, farmworkers, homeless persons, people with disabilities, and many other persons in the United States have in common? One answer: they/we live and work in spaces lacking safe, accessible, and adequate toilet facilities. Think about that for a minute. Think about how you respond–multiple times each day–to your needs to eliminate… Read more

    • On Sims’s Legacy: Work for Bioethics

      Posted on August 17, 2017

      My  colleague Susan Reverby surely got this right: It is time to consider anew what to do about Dr. J. Marion Sims, that is, what to do about the New York City statue that commemorates him, and accordingly, about the medicine, history, and bioethics that have remembered and/or revered him. The works of feminist bioethics… Read more

    • Time to Change FDA’s Discriminatory Blood Donation Policy

      Posted on October 17, 2012

      A recent flurry of articles in the mainstream media (The Atlantic,CNN, Huffington Post) reflects yet another wave of protest against the Food and Drug Administration’s blood donation policy, which prohibits men who have had sex with men (MSM), even once since 1977, from donating blood – ever. Citing current research, the articles urge policy change, which is… Read more