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Hopkins 24/7: ABC News Special

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Groundbreaking six-part documentary series filmed at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, by crews using hand-held cameras around the clock over a 3 month period. The series graphically depicts modern medicine as practiced at the hospital recently voted best in America by US News & World report. Each broadcast consists of a series of interwoven stories featuring staff and patients, their triumphs, tragedies and everyday routines.
VHS
2000
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Deception

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Documents an ethical conflict between a nurse and a physician over telling an elderly patient that she has syphilis. Examines the issue of how to decide when deception is or is not morally justified.
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1988; 1986
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Cochlear Implants and the Deaf Community

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Lecture and panel discussion on cochlear implants.
VHS
2002
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Who Should Survive?: One of the Choices on Our Conscience

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A panel discusses the ethical, legal and scientific issues involved in the case of a mongoloid baby whose parents refused to grant permission for the necessary surgery to correct intestinal obstruction.
VHS
1972
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Bertha

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A young girl is labelled as mentally retarded, and for a period was denied the right to have children. A panel of professionals discuss her case.
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1980; 1988
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