Julian Okoroanyanwu

Are Physicians the Best Decision-makers for Unrepresented Patients?

I got a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and in Theology. I am a Catholic priest working in the Diocese of San Bernardino. I first became interested in Bioethics because of my background study in Philosophy. I was interested in Ethics as a branch of Philosophy and I wanted to study the practical aspect of ethics, therefore Bioethics--because of its relevance in our contemporary world at present--becomes the best option. The encounters I have with many people make it an imperative for me to know more about the advances in medical sciences.

Click here to read Julian's symposium paper. 

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