Peter Singer Quote: “In an ideal world, the amount…”

In an ideal world, the amount of money we spend on medical research to prevent or cure a disease would be proportional to its seriousness and the number of people who suffer from it.

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Name: Peter Singer
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: Australian
Birthday: July 6, 1946
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