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The Child Medication Safety Act: Special Treatment For The Parents Of Children With Adhd?, Emily Berntsen Jan 2005

The Child Medication Safety Act: Special Treatment For The Parents Of Children With Adhd?, Emily Berntsen

Washington University Law Review

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The Fourth “R”: Sustaining The Ada's Private “Right” Of Action Against States For Disability Discrimination In Public Education, Matthew P. Hampton Jan 2005

The Fourth “R”: Sustaining The Ada's Private “Right” Of Action Against States For Disability Discrimination In Public Education, Matthew P. Hampton

Washington University Law Review

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Foster Care And The “Significant Risk” Of Aids: Applying The Direct Threat Exception To The Americans With Disabilities Act And The Rehabilitation Act In Doe V. County Of Centre, Annie O. Wu Jan 2001

Foster Care And The “Significant Risk” Of Aids: Applying The Direct Threat Exception To The Americans With Disabilities Act And The Rehabilitation Act In Doe V. County Of Centre, Annie O. Wu

Washington University Law Review

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A Conceptual Framework For Genetic Policy: Comparing The Medical, Public Health, And Fundamental Rights Models, Lori B. Andrews Jan 2001

A Conceptual Framework For Genetic Policy: Comparing The Medical, Public Health, And Fundamental Rights Models, Lori B. Andrews

Washington University Law Review

This Article presents the first attempt to develop a comprehensive legal framework governing the regulation of genetic information in the United States. Part II addresses the need for such legal framework. Part III analyzes three conceptual legal models that have been adopted in the past for regulating medical services: the medical model, the public health model, and the fundamental rights model. Part IV examines the results of medical and social scientific studies on the impact of genetic services. Part V addresses the impact of genetic services. Part VI revisits the three models to determine which is appropriate for genetics. Part ...


Expanding The Protection Of Aids Victims Under The Federal Rehabilitation Act: Unifying The Views Of Courts And The Department Of Justice, Gail Bass Jan 1989

Expanding The Protection Of Aids Victims Under The Federal Rehabilitation Act: Unifying The Views Of Courts And The Department Of Justice, Gail Bass

Washington University Law Review

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