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Adil Menon is a second year medical student at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine. Before medical school he received his Master of Bioethics degree from Harvard Medical School. His written work includes Joseph Goldberger: Epidemiology’s Unsung Hero and Is There a United Hippocratic School? in Hektoen International, a book review of The American Healthcare Paradox in HMS Bioethics Journal, and Social Contracts and the Commodification of Life in Foreign Medical Trials in the Rutgers Journal of Bioethics. He has also been acknowledged for editing work on the paper Global Health from a Cancer Care Perspective in Future Oncology and authorship of Geographic Disparities in Reported US Amyloidosis Mortality from 1979 to 2015: Potential Under Detection of Cardiac Amyloidosis in JAMA Cardiology