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Stone added that she thinks plastic surgery isn't ethical, because the Hippocratic oath is to do no harm, and elective surgery can be harmful, which she thinks is "not cool".
As a corrective measure, Harvard created an MBA Oath for its students the lines of Hippocratic Oath medical graduates, to make them behave ethically at work.
Robert Veatch is a professor of medical ethics and here contends that the Hippocratic Oath is an offensive code of ethics that should be banned from the profession and replaced with better language and codes based on moral norms shared by all.
SIR - I have always had the greatest respect for the medical profession, believing that doctors the world over were bound by the Hippocratic Oath.
Doctors either taking or not taking the Hippocratic Oath are assumed to live up to the oath's wisdom.
Muscat, Dec 3 (ONA)--- The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) today organized Hippocratic oath taking ceremony for graduates at the College of Medicine and Health Sciences and graduates of the Nursing College under the auspices Dr.
But we will first ask that they honor that great Hippocratic Oath and 'first, do no harm.
Even today, the Hippocratic Oath has immense power.