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|Dr. Norman Fost is a Professor of Pediatrics at UW-Madison and Director of the Bioethics Program, which he founded in 1973. He is a graduate of Princeton (AB 1960), Yale (MD 1964) and Harvard (MPH 1973), and completed residency training in pediatrics and 2 years as Chief Resident at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is a member of the UW-Hospital Child Protection Team, which he founded in 1973, Vice Chair of the Department of Medical History and Bioethics, and Chair of the UW Hospital Ethics Committee. He writes and teaches on a wide range of topics in bioethics, including ethical issues in the use of performance enhancing drugs, and has served on numerous federal committees, including President Clinton's Health Care Task Force. Fost has received three lifetime achievement awards for his work in bioethics, and has been a frequent guest on national television shows, including Nightline, Frontline, Donahue, The News Hour, 20/20, ESPN Sports Center, HBO's Real Sports, Larry King Live, and Oprah.