Vol. 11 Nbr. 1-2, March 1996
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- Is law the prescription that can cure medicine?
- Ancient answers to modern questions: death, dying, and organ transplants - a Jewish law perspective.
- Therapists' liability to the falsely accused for inducing illusory memories of childhood sexual abuse - current remedies and a proposed statute.
- Essay: the challenge of providing adequate housing for the elderly ... along with everyone else.
- Joining a 'cult': religious choice or psychological aberration?
- Responsibilities of employers toward mentally disabled persons under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- A framework for analysis of ERISA preemption in suits against health plans and a call for reform.
- State lawsuits may proceed against medical device manufacturers.
- Intercountry adoption: a need for mandatory medical screening.
- Mandating coverage for maternity length of stays: certain problems with the good idea.
- Ridicule or recourse: parents falsely accused of past sexual abuse fight back.