Volume II : 2006 : Number 1
Patient Autonomy in the Age of Consumer-Driven Health Care: Informed Consent and Informed Choice
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 1 (2006)
Marshall B. Kapp, J.D., M.P.H., FCLM, Garwin Distinguished Professor of Law and Medicine, Southern Illinois University Schools of Law and Medicine.
Embryos, Babies, and Fetuses: Treated as Persons and Treated with Respect
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 33 (2006)
Robert L. Stenger, Professor of Law, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville.
Process - The Best Medicine for Seriously Ill Infants
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 69 (2006)
Dr. Beth Ann Wright, Washington University in St. Louis, University Compliance Office and Washington University School of Medicine, Program in Occupational Therapy.
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Necessity's Sharp Pinch: Parental and States' Rights in Conflict in an Era of Newborn Genetic Screening
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 109 (2006)
Francy E. Foral, Suffolk University Law School
Policy Comment: A Game of Hide and Seek: A Critique of the Free Care System of Non-Profit Hospitals in Massachusetts
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 129 (2006)
Merritt A. Dattel, Suffolk University Law School
First, Do No Harm : The Cure for Medical Malpractice by Ira E. Williams
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 143 (2006)
Evelyn YeaTyng Tang , Suffolk University Law School
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