- Apr 16, 2021
Taking care of those who are sick or struggling with illness requires taking care of the whole person — including their spiritual needs, Pope Francis said.
Medicare for All has been heralded as a cure for what ails the U.S. healthcare system. But one leading ethicist says that although it will solve some problems, MFA doesn’t get rid of the moral hazards in modern health systems.
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Antimicrobial resistance poses a “great challenge” to global public health and puts the most vulnerable in our society at risk, said Cardinal Peter Turkson, prefect of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development.
The U.S. Bishops will meet in Florida for their annual June meeting this week.
An annual ‘health surcharge’ applied to immigrants in the United Kingdom is “inflicting unintended harm upon patients, the medical profession and our society as a whole,” according to one Catholic bishop.
Everyone should have access to essential health services and no one should have to fall into poverty to obtain needed care, a Vatican representative said.