Genetic Engineering: Screening for Breast Cancer (1996) (1:04:02)
Should one undergo genetic testing to detect if they have a cancer gene? Perhaps it’s better not to know since not much can be done? This is a big ethical dilemma with reasons on both sides of the argument. This is a vintage video and is being shared here for its historical value and its content, not for the quality of its video
Dr. Harvey Stern (1)
Regulating Employees After Hours: Part 1 (46:02)
Mr. Scott Rogoff (1)
Crisis in the Shtetl That Never Sleeps (45:57)
During the years of 1938-1945, 6 million Jews were killed in Europe. Dr. Jeffrey Gurock presents a fascinating look at what was going on with Jews in America during that time. Were they aware of the situation in Europe? What measures did they take to try and stop the murders and join in the war effort?.
Dr. Jeffrey Gurock (2)
Why We Need Jewish Medical Ethics (59:26)
Can’t we police ourselves? If our intentions are good, isn’t it enough to do what we think is best when faced with a difficult decision? What do Jewish ethical guidelines add to the discussion, and what if we don’t agree?.
Dr. Daniel Eisenberg (5)
Landmark Cases in American Courts: Judaism and the First Ammendment (17:09)
Noted civil-liberties lawyer Nathan Lewin in an examination of famous American court cases that have impacted the Jewish community.
Mr. Nathan Lewin (20)