Vol. 18 Nbr. 2, June - June 2008
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- Is the baby in the bathwater? A defining moment for the Texas Advance Directives Act review process for medical futility judgments.
- Medical inappropriateness review: appropriately performed by a medical committee.
- Futility: interpretation and usefulness in clinical practice.
- Medical futility, patient autonomy, and professional integrity: finding the appropriate balance.
- When atlas shrugs: may the state wash its hands of those in need of life-sustaining medical treatment?
- How not to do medical malpractice reform: a Florida case study.
- Fencing Fisher: alternative methods for patenting expressed sequence tags.
- The FDA clinical trial process: effectuating change in the regulatory framework governing clinical trials to account for the historical shift from "traditional" to "new" Phase I trials.
- A patient's right to know: a case for mandating disclosure of physician success rate as an element of informed consent.