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The Texas Ruling and Undue Burdens

by Rachel Hill • On October 29, 2013, Texas House Bill 2 (HB2) went into effect, greatly changing women’s access to an abortion in the … [Read More...]

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Confidentiality and Cost: Barriers to Adolescent Contraception

by Kaitlynd Hiller • In late September, the American Academy of Pediatrics published an article updating their 2007 recommendations … [Read More...]

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Kaiser study finds CDC HIV screening guidelines are still not implemented 8 years later

by Kevin Van Geem • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) roughly 50,000 people become infected with the … [Read More...]

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A Matter of Personal Responsibility

by Maia Winkel •   How much screening is too much screening – and how much is too little? With the recent outbreak of the … [Read More...]

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The Atlanta Neuroethics Consortium: Neuro-Interventions and the Law

by Joshua Preston • Recently, I attended the Atlanta Neuroethics Consortium’s (ANEC) conference on Neuro-Interventions and the Law: … [Read More...]

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The Texas Ruling and Undue Burdens

by Rachel Hill • On October 29, 2013, Texas House Bill 2 (HB2) went into effect, greatly changing women’s access to … [more...]

Confidentiality and Cost: Barriers to Adolescent Contraception

by Kaitlynd Hiller • In late September, the American Academy of Pediatrics published an article updating their 2007 … [more...]

Kaiser study finds CDC HIV screening guidelines are still not implemented 8 years later

by Kevin Van Geem • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) roughly 50,000 people become … [more...]

A Matter of Personal Responsibility

by Maia Winkel •   How much screening is too much screening – and how much is too little? With the recent … [more...]

The Atlanta Neuroethics Consortium: Neuro-Interventions and the Law

by Joshua Preston • Recently, I attended the Atlanta Neuroethics Consortium’s (ANEC) conference on … [more...]

Commentary to “Ethicizing the Ebola Epidemic”

by Rachel Hill  • The author introduces two key issues of the Ebola epidemic very clearly. However, the author could … [more...]

Ethicizing the Ebola Epidemic

by Louisa Howard • It is the topic of almost every healthcare, political, and legal news article—Ebola. Last month, … [more...]

Coverage Watch: Elisabeth Rosenthal, The New York Times

by Stephanie Holmquist • You may not have noticed her byline, but chances are you’ve read, and groaned over, … [more...]

Gillian Bennett & Physician-Assisted Suicide

by Joshua Preston • “I want out before the day when I can no longer assess my situation,” wrote Gillian Bennett, a … [more...]

Call for Papers: The Journal of Science and Law

Joshua Preston • In August 2014 The Journal of Science and Law was founded by award-winning neuroscientist Dr. David … [more...]

When the Disabled Become Isolated: The Story of Snowflake

by Dallas Ducar •On the outskirts of a small town called Snowflake, just 150 miles northeast of Phoenix, Arizona lies a … [more...]

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