Global Bioethics: Global Equity and Disabilities: Reflections of a Mother from Hell

Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 6 (1):106-110 (1997)
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“Power is the ability to take one's place in whatever discourse is essential to action” With these words, Carolyn Heilbran urges women to rewrite their lives. Their angry and frustrated voices, heard in the privacy of letters and quiet conversations, tell their true stories, while their public biographies are sentimental and passive. Women, she says, need to learn how to declare their right to public power. With this advice In mind, I recently joined a conversation with colleagues from the University of Nebraska Medical Center about issues in global bioethics



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