Myra Christopher retired this week from the Kansas City-based Center for Practical Bioethics after a three-decade tenure during which she helped the center rise to national prominence but also drew scrutiny for financial ties to the opioid industry.
Myra Christopher retired this week from the Kansas City-based Center for Practical Bioethics after a three-decade tenure during which she helped the center rise to national prominence but also drew scrutiny for financial ties to the opioid industry.
Myra Christopher retired this week from the Kansas City-based Center for Practical Bioethics after a three-decade tenure during which she helped the center rise to national prominence but also drew scrutiny for financial ties to the opioid industry.

Myra Christopher, longtime leader of Center for Practical Bioethics in KC, retires

July 01, 2018 05:30 AM