No endorsements for ethics
back in the 20th century, when nation-building was not a foul term and public-private partnership was not a keyword, children grew up with the ideal of becoming doctors and engineers. Medicine was a noble profession. With changing times, commerce has become more reliable as an instrument of healthcare than nobility; medical insurance sounds more reasonable than the Hippocratic oath.
But the practice of medicine is still believed to be governed by ethics, because a visit to the doctor remains a matter of trust. A physician