30 May 2008
"Both said in statements that they do not make moral judgments about patients and treat them based on their medical need..."
They don't? Why not? When the medical procedure is life-saving, and is, furthermore, one that must be rationed, why shouldn't doctors take into account the background of potential patients, at least in the most egregious cases as, here, where the lucky recipients of American medical advances were members of Japanese organized crime groups?