49 Ariz. L. Rev. [i] (2007)

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VOLUME 49                 2007                NUMBER 1

CONTENTS

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ISAAC MARKS MEMORIAL LECTURE
REFLECTIONS ON ARIZONA'S PACE-SETTING
JUSTICES: WILLIAM HUBBS REHNQUIST
AND SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR     Ruth Bader Ginsburg

J. BYRON MCCORMICK LECTURE

AMBIVALENCE ABOUT THE LAW

Frederick Schauer

DISTINGUISHED LECTURE ON INNOVATION
& COMMUNICATION POLICY

CHALLENGES IN THE GLOBAL IT MARKET:
TECHNOLOGY, CREATIVE CONTENT, AND
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Kevin J Harrang

ARTICLES

BUYING AND SELLING HUMAN TISSUES FOR STEM
CELL RESEARCH                              Russell Korobkin  45
A series of expert committee reports and legislative proposals suggest an
emerging consensus in the medical research and public policy communities that
compensating donors of tissues for stem cell and other biomedical research should
be prohibited. This Article challenges this consensus by outlining, analyzing, and
ultimately rejecting the leading arguments in favor of no compensation rules:
that compensation is coercive, that it inappropriately commodifies the human
body, that it will reduce the opportunity for altruistic donations, and that it will
increase the cost of important medical research. The Article then evaluates second-
best alternatives to allowing cash compensation for tissues and concludes by
comparing the issues raised by compensation for research tissues with those raised
by compensation for transplant organs.

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