Preserving Patient Well-being Amidst Professional Priorities
- 06 Sep 2023
- 1 min read
Maya, a dedicated employee at a prominent pharmaceutical company, faces a daunting ethical dilemma when she uncovers evidence suggesting that her company may be producing a faulty medication that could harm patients. This situation gains further complexity when we consider recent reports of India's faulty cough syrup exported to other countries, causing harm and fatalities.
Given the potential consequences of faulty medication on human lives, Maya must decide whether to prioritize patient safety or consider her career and the company's reputation. Her choice could have far-reaching impacts, both ethically and globally.
What do you think Maya should do in such a scenario?