Erich Loewy Dies

Erich Loewy, the first bioethics chair at the University of California, Davis, has died, reports the school. He was 83. Loewy became the bioethics chair at Davis’s medical school in 1996 and developed a bioethics program there that worked with researchers, medical students, and clinical staff. “Dr.

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