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Order #576571Topic: ethicsFinal DeadlineTODAY 24.04.2020 11:59PMType of serviceAcademic paper writingType of assignmentEssaySubjectNot definedPages / words4 / 1200Academic levelFreshman (College 1st year)Paper formatMLALine spacingDoubleLanguage styleUS EnglishDescriptionCPP 230answer by each part. 1,2 and 3, please.word document attached
Ethics Project Instructions (150 points)Complete all three parts.PART I – Heinz Incident – (Worth 50 Points)For Part I, read the Heinz Incident and complete the chart at the end of this reading. The Heinz IncidentIn Europe a woman was near death from a terminal disease. There was, however, one drug which doctors thought might save her. It was a form of radium that a pharmacist in the same town had recently discovered. The pharmacist believed that he “had to always do what was in his own best interest,” and decided to charge one hundred times what the drug cost to produce so that he could solicit as much profit from his research as possible. The cost for one dose was a quarter million dollars, and the doctors suggested that the woman would need four in order to be cured. The sick woman's husband, Heinz, went to everyone he knew to secure finances, but was only able to raise $300,000.00 which were all given in the form of gifts. He went to the pharmacist personally and told him his wife was dying, asking the pharmacist to sell it cheaper or allow him to pay later. The pharmacist flatly said, "No, it is not in my best personal interest todiscount the drug.” Heinz was desperate and he broke into the man's laboratory and stole four doses of the drug for his wife. Heinz and his wife went to a distant town where she received the new treatment, and was cured. Heinz was so deeply moved by the incident that he used his savings to start his own research

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