Last week, I blogged about recent reports by ABC News and the Center for Public Integrity about how prominent law firms, universities and hospitals were devoted to cheating coal miners out of deserved black lung benefits.
I was delighted to learn that Johns Hopkins suspended a black lung program that thrived by depriving Appalachian coal miners of benefits who were dying from that disease.
Some of the miners denied benefits were proven to have the disease when they were autopsied.
Whatever happened to Hippocrates idea of doing no harm?
Yanking the program was a welcome step, but it's just a tiny bit of what deserves to happen.