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The Supreme Court Meets Frozen Sperm

From Science to Technology: The Case of the Locked In

Vaccine Controversies Continue

Addiction Vaccines and the War on Drugs

Pain and Personhood

America's Role in Sex Selection

Stanford Panel on the Gene Patents Controversy

Academic health centers' bare-knuckled litigation tactics

"Ethically Impossible" – President's Commission Report on the Guatemala Syphilis Study

New Research on Detecting Pain

Breaking News – the Fourth Circuit Rejects Challenges to Health Reform

Diseases and Apostrophes – A (Sort of) Poll

Alzheimer Disease, Pat Summitt, and Early Detection or Prediction

THE GUATEMALA SYPHILIS STUDY – ANOTHER SAD CHAPTER IN MEDICAL RESEARCH. NEXT?

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

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

Claiming the Products of Biotechnology

Non-Invasive Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis – An Update