Medical Missions to Ghana: The Ethics of Choosing Children for Cardiac Surgery

Christine Mitchell   

The Journal of Clinical Ethics 25, no. 4 (Winter 2014): 307.



      The Hearts and Minds of Ghana project travels from Boston Children’s Hospital  for two weeks each year to provide cardiac surgery to children in Ghana. Of the hundreds of children in need, how to choose who will receive lifesaving surgery?

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