Volume III : 2007 : Number 1
A Fundamental Constitutional Right of the Monied to “Buy Out Of” Universal Health Care Program Restrictions Versus the Moral Claim of Everyone Else to Decent Health Care: An Unremitting Paradox of Health Care Reform?
3 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 1 (2007)
Roy G Spece, Jr., J.D., Professor, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law.
Genetic Variation in Clotting Response as a Source of Physician Liability: Can Predictive Genomics Curb Negligence Claims?
3 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 91 (2007)
Janet K. Brewer, J.D., Psy.D., Lecturer in Law at the University of Manchester School of Law in Manchester, England.
The Past, Present and Future of Retiree Health Benefits
3 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 103 (2007)
David A. Pratt, Professor of Law, Albany Law School.
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Embryonic vs. Adult: The History and Future of the Stem Cell Debate
3 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 143 (2007)
Caroline P. Torrisi, Suffolk University Law School
Paternalism vs. Autonomy: Steps Toward Resolving the Conflict Over Experimental Drug Access Between the Food and Drug Administration and the Terminally Ill
3 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 163 (2007)
Nicole E. Lombard, Suffolk University Law School
Who Really Decides? Forcibly Medicating Criminal Defendants: United States v. Archuleta
Jennifer K. Crawford, Suffolk University Law School
Assisted Reproductive Technology: A Lawyer’s Guide to Emerging Law and Science
3 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 203 (2007)
Andrea Messmer, Suffolk University Law School
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