Med Schools Add Ethics, Morality to Curriculum

Medical schools are now teaching ethics and morality in their classes, something that hasn't been routine in the past. Some say that medical students' moral development is stunted once they enter the busy world of a hospital. Julie Rosenthal reports.

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