9 Health L.J. [i] (2001)

handle is hein.journals/hthlj9 and id is 1 raw text is: Health Law Journal
Volume 9                                            2001
Contents
Information  for Contributors  ................................ iii
Canadian Governance of Health Research Involving Human Subjects:
Is Anybody Minding the Store?  .............................. I
Michael McDonald
Patents for Second Medical Indications and Their Potential Impact on
Pharmacare  in  Canada  ....................................  23
Teresa Scassa
Genetic and Metabolic Screening of Newborns: Must Health Care
Providers Seek Explicit Parental Consent?  ................... 61
Sheila Wildeman & Jocelyn Downie
Subject Comprehension, Standards of Information Disclosure and
Potential Liability  in  Research  ............................  113
Daryl Pullman
Art or Science? Understanding Medicine and the Common Law 129
John A. Harrington
Reversal of Fortune - Re A (Conjoined Twins) and Beyond:
Who Should Make Treatment Decisions on Behalf of Young
C hildren?  ..............................................  149
Sabine Michalowski
La dissuasion  et le  no-fault ...............................  171
Franqois Larocque
Potions, Promises and Paradoxes: Complementary Medicine and
Alternative Medicine and Malpractice Law in Canada ......... 183
Timothy Caulfield & Colin Feasby
The  Right to  Health  Care  .................................  205
Tamara Friesen

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