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Health Reform in the Appellate Courts – Now Tied, One to One

News Flash – Ct of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Decides Myriad Appeal!

Good News for Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Judge Lamberth Rules for the NIH

If an Outrage Is Clever Enough, Is It Still an Outrage? Or, Kudos to Boalt Hall and Santa Clara Law School

How the Press Sometimes Drives Me Crazy – Stem Cell Neuroscience in the Media

Stem Cell Injunction Reversed!

Stem Cell Funding suits – a (very) little news and some speculation

SAVE THE DATE: Law and Memory Conference – April 1, 2011

Non-Invasive Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis – An Update

Non-Invasive Prenatal Diagnosis – AND Shameless Self-Promotion

A Word on The Daily Digest

Justice Department Opposes (Some) Gene Patents in the Myriad Appeal

NEWS FLASH: DC Circuit Continues Stay of Judge Lamberth's Injunction Pending the Conclusion of the Appeal

An interim update on the stem cell litigation

Stem Cell Madness – Judge Lamberth's Opinion and Order Enjoining hESC Research

Should Mary Carmichael Get DTC Genetic Testing? My Full Post

The FDA and Genetic Tests: A Modest Proposal to Require Prescriptions

The DC Circuit Revives a Legal Challenge to Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research – What Does It Mean?

fMRI-Based Lie Detection Excluded After Daubert Hearing

Pigs in a Vat