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Our Daughters' Future, Eric J. Segall, Erwin Chemerinsky Jun 2017

Our Daughters' Future, Eric J. Segall, Erwin Chemerinsky

Erwin Chemerinsky

No abstract provided.


Health Care And Human Trafficking, Jonathan Todres Nov 2015

Health Care And Human Trafficking, Jonathan Todres

Jonathan Todres

No abstract provided.


A New Era In The Ethics Of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Bernard Lo, Patricia Zettler, Marcelle I. Cedars, E. Gates, Arnold R. Kriegstein, Michelle Oberman, Renee R. Pera, Richard M. Wagner, Mary T. Wuerth, Leslie E. Wolf, Keith R. Yamamoto Jun 2015

A New Era In The Ethics Of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Bernard Lo, Patricia Zettler, Marcelle I. Cedars, E. Gates, Arnold R. Kriegstein, Michelle Oberman, Renee R. Pera, Richard M. Wagner, Mary T. Wuerth, Leslie E. Wolf, Keith R. Yamamoto

Patricia J. Zettler

Scientific progress in human embryonic stem cell (hESC) research and increased funding make it imperative to look ahead to the ethical issues generated by the expected use of hESCs for transplantation. Several issues should be addressed now, even though phase I clinical trials of hESC transplantation are still in the future. To minimize the risk of hESC transplantation, donors of materials used to derive hESC lines will need to be recontacted to update their medical history and screening. Because of privacy concerns, such recontact needs to be discussed and agreed to at the time of donation, before new hESC lines ...


How An Inaccurate Soundbite Might Take Down Obamacare, Eric J. Segall May 2015

How An Inaccurate Soundbite Might Take Down Obamacare, Eric J. Segall

Eric J. Segall

No abstract provided.


A New Era In The Ethics Of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Bernard Lo, Patricia Zettler, Marcelle I. Cedars, E. Gates, Arnold R. Kriegstein, Michelle Oberman, Renee R. Pera, Richard M. Wagner, Mary T. Wuerth, Leslie E. Wolf, Keith R. Yamamoto Jan 2015

A New Era In The Ethics Of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Bernard Lo, Patricia Zettler, Marcelle I. Cedars, E. Gates, Arnold R. Kriegstein, Michelle Oberman, Renee R. Pera, Richard M. Wagner, Mary T. Wuerth, Leslie E. Wolf, Keith R. Yamamoto

Leslie E. Wolf

Scientific progress in human embryonic stem cell (hESC) research and increased funding make it imperative to look ahead to the ethical issues generated by the expected use of hESCs for transplantation. Several issues should be addressed now, even though phase I clinical trials of hESC transplantation are still in the future. To minimize the risk of hESC transplantation, donors of materials used to derive hESC lines will need to be recontacted to update their medical history and screening. Because of privacy concerns, such recontact needs to be discussed and agreed to at the time of donation, before new hESC lines ...


The Hypocrisy Of The Abortion Debate: Why Conservatives Should Vote Pro-Choice And Leave Planned Parenthood Alone, Eric J. Segall Oct 2014

The Hypocrisy Of The Abortion Debate: Why Conservatives Should Vote Pro-Choice And Leave Planned Parenthood Alone, Eric J. Segall

Eric J. Segall

No abstract provided.


Health Care, Immigration, And Voting: The Supreme Court And Judicial Power, Eric J. Segall Oct 2014

Health Care, Immigration, And Voting: The Supreme Court And Judicial Power, Eric J. Segall

Eric J. Segall

No abstract provided.


The 10 Worst Things About Rep. Darrell Issa's Panel And The Contraception Debate, Eric J. Segall Oct 2014

The 10 Worst Things About Rep. Darrell Issa's Panel And The Contraception Debate, Eric J. Segall

Eric J. Segall

No abstract provided.


Eugenic Laws Restricting Immigration, Paul A. Lombardo Oct 2014

Eugenic Laws Restricting Immigration, Paul A. Lombardo

Paul A. Lombardo

No abstract provided.


Health And Human Rights, Jonathan Todres Jan 2014

Health And Human Rights, Jonathan Todres

Faculty Publications By Year

No abstract provided.


North Carolina's Bold Model For Eugenics Compensation, Peter Hardin, Paul Lombardo Aug 2013

North Carolina's Bold Model For Eugenics Compensation, Peter Hardin, Paul Lombardo

Faculty Publications By Year

No abstract provided.


Book Review, Behind Closed Doors: Irbs And The Making Of Ethical Research, Leslie E. Wolf Jan 2013

Book Review, Behind Closed Doors: Irbs And The Making Of Ethical Research, Leslie E. Wolf

Faculty Publications By Year

No abstract provided.


A Parent's Choice V. Governmental Regulations: A Bioethical Analysis In An Era Of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, Michael Gortakowski Sep 2010

A Parent's Choice V. Governmental Regulations: A Bioethical Analysis In An Era Of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, Michael Gortakowski

Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Health Law-Informed Consent-Trust Me, I Do This All The Time: Comparative Provider Statistics And Informed Consent In Arkansas, Barrett S. Moore Jul 2009

Health Law-Informed Consent-Trust Me, I Do This All The Time: Comparative Provider Statistics And Informed Consent In Arkansas, Barrett S. Moore

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


At The Altar Of Autonomy: The Dangerous Territory Of Abigail Alliance V. Von Eschenbach, Andrea Beth Ott Jul 2008

At The Altar Of Autonomy: The Dangerous Territory Of Abigail Alliance V. Von Eschenbach, Andrea Beth Ott

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Second Generation Of Mental Health Courts, Allison D. Redlich, Henry J. Steadman, John Monahan, John Petrila Jan 2005

The Second Generation Of Mental Health Courts, Allison D. Redlich, Henry J. Steadman, John Monahan, John Petrila

Mental Health Law & Policy Faculty Publications

Mental health courts (MHCs) generally began to appear in 1997. Today, more than 80 courts exist in the United States. In the present article, the authors argue that the 2nd generation of MHCs has arrived. The authors compare 8 previously described courts (P. A. Griffin, H. J. Steadman, & J. Petrila, 2002) with 7 newer courts that have not been previously described in the psycholegal literature. The authors identify 4 dimensions distinguishing 1st- from 2nd-generation courts: (a) the acceptance of felony versus misdemeanant defendants, (b) pre- versus postadjudication models, (c) the use of jail as a sanction, and (c) the type ...


Eugenic Laws Against Race Mixing, Paul A. Lombardo Feb 2000

Eugenic Laws Against Race Mixing, Paul A. Lombardo

Faculty Publications By Year

No abstract provided.


Eugenic Laws Restricting Immigration, Paul A. Lombardo Feb 2000

Eugenic Laws Restricting Immigration, Paul A. Lombardo

Faculty Publications By Year

No abstract provided.


Eugenic Sterilization Laws, Paul A. Lombardo Feb 2000

Eugenic Sterilization Laws, Paul A. Lombardo

Faculty Publications By Year

No abstract provided.


Psychological Autopsy: Clinical And Legal Perspectives, Jame R.P. Ogloff, Randy Otto Jan 1993

Psychological Autopsy: Clinical And Legal Perspectives, Jame R.P. Ogloff, Randy Otto

Mental Health Law & Policy Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Eliminating Fear Through Comparative Risk: Docs, Aids And The Anti-Discrimination Ideal, Sidney D. Watson Oct 1992

Eliminating Fear Through Comparative Risk: Docs, Aids And The Anti-Discrimination Ideal, Sidney D. Watson

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.