7 Health L.J. [i] (1999)

handle is hein.journals/hthlj7 and id is 1 raw text is: Health Law Journal
Volume 7                                            1999
Contents
Information  for Contributors  ................................ iii
Introduction to Feature Section pages 5 to 90  .................. 1
Lori Golberg and Di Longley
Reconstructing Geneticization: a Research Manifesto .......... 5
Adam M. Hedgecoe
Wrongful Life Actions as a Means of Regulating Use of Genetic and
Reproductive Technologies  ................................ 19
Shaun Pattinson
La commercialisation de la recherche en gendtique et son Impact sur
la communication des resultats  ............................ 35
Genevieve Cardinal
Re-framing the Discussion:
Commercial Genetic Testing in Canada ...................... 49
Bryn Williams-Jones
Patenting DNA and Amino Acid Sequences
- An  Australian  Perspective  ................................ 69
David Keays
The Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse Under the Child Welfare
A ct  ....................................................  91
Wayne N. Renke
Reconstructing Paradise: Canada's Health Care System, Alternative
Medicine and the Charter of Rights  ........................ 141
Richard A. Haigh
Compensating Family Caregivers: An Analysis of Tax Initiatives and
Pension  Schemes  .......................................  193
Janice Keefe & Pamela Fancey

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