The New Yorker: The Rogue Experimenters

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Community labs want to make everything from insulin to prostheses. Will traditional scientists accept their efforts?

By Margaret Talbot

amateur scientist works in his garage

” … given the profound flaws of the American health-care system, there is something hopeful about Open Insulin’s approach. The group is considering teaming up with local hospitals and pharmacies, which would help integrate its methods with those of mainstream institutions. Kelly Hills, a bioethicist at a consulting firm called Rogue Bioethics, appreciates Open Insulin’s efforts, a feeling that has only deepened during the coronavirus crisis. ” (Read More…)

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