Bioethical Challenges in a Twenty-First Century World

October 05, 2006

Where is the dividing line between "too much" and "not enough"? When would treatment do more harm than good? These are the questions today's doctors must ask themselves as they utilize modern medical technology in the treatment of their patients. Today on Focus, host David Inge talks about these ethical challenges with Mark Siegler, M.D., FACP. Siegler is the Professor of Medicine and Surgery and Director of the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics at the University of Chicago.