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  1. Jan 2023
    1. Αντ’ αυτού η Δέσποινα οδηγήθηκε σε έναν απομακρυσμένο θάλαμο νοσηλείας λόγω της αναμονής των αποτελεσμάτων του τεστ για covid, χωρίς κουμπί ειδοποίησης, όπου της χορηγήθηκαν παυσίπονα και υπόθετο.

      Ενα αισχρό περιστατικο αυθεντίας των ιατρών που μαθεύτηκε και εφτασε στο δικαστήριο - πόσα άλλα εχουν συμβεί? Μήπως η ανεξέλεγκτη εξουσία των ιατρών (ποια αντίμετρα υπάρχουν?) και ο συνακόλουθος ανθρωπότυπός τους, που ομοιάζει σε αυτό των (ατιμώρητων) αστυνομικών ειναι που οδηγεί σε τετοια συμβαντα & συμπεριφορές?

  2. Feb 2022
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  9. Sep 2018
    1. overcome fundamental human limitations, and the related study of the ethical matters involved in developing and using such technologies

      The author expresses a broad definition of what transhumanism is. Author does not include what transhumanism focuses on specifically as in "human limitations" This is an intent to show transhumanism can incorporate sciences and professions from across the board, being inclusive to new ideas in the process from interested individuals. Therefore, from the Transhumanist FAQ, we can conclude the broad definition was meant to draw in more ideas focused on the betterment of humanity from a diverse group of readers, available for critique and decisions.

  10. Oct 2014
    1. Federal health officials effectively acknowledged the problems with their procedures for protecting health care workers by abruptly changing them. At 8 p.m. Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued stricter guidelines for American hospitals with Ebola patients. They are now closer to the procedures of Doctors Without Borders, which has decades of experience in fighting Ebola in Africa. In issuing the new guidelines, the C.D.C. acknowledged that its experts had learned by working alongside that medical charity.

      As much as I'd like to believe that the CDC is doing as well as possible under the circumstances, I'm dismayed to learn it took so long for it to adopt protocols closer to those used by Doctors Without Borders. Maybe we'll learn why during the Congressional hearings today.