Research on Medical Ethics of Disabled

Xiaoxiao Deng, Weiwei Liu, Xin Zhao, Z. Xu, L. Yang
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
The 15-20% of the world's population has certain disability. They have treated bad, looked low, ignored beyond their law, educations and medical care has been denied, also have been underestimated. This is 21st century, people are being kind and helpful in many places, the disabled are achieving in all fields but still some with not the open mind are struggling to accept disabled people even their parents in some cases. Government and science had helped them in uncountable things and also been
more » ... ings and also been a devil in number of things. Government introduced laws and policies favouring disabled people. Science and technology helped them to do things which they can't. Separate medical care services and welfare organisations are there to help for disabled people in several ways including education and insurance. In India, human rights commission is there to give a shout to disabled people rights and also to debate about their dignity. But is this good enough for their life. Technology can do more than this to make their life even better and better. Government can implement strict laws and bills against people who are discriminating and harassment on disabled.
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202018503028 fatcat:2jghuaoppraljiz55em5vdlzam