13 Ind. Health L. Rev. [i] (2016)

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INDIANA HEALTH LAW REVIEW


Volume 13                  2016                   Issue 1



                  TAI3LE OF CONTENTS

                         ARTICLES

Shawna Benston
Not of Minor Consequence?: Medical Decision-Making
Autonomy and the Mature Minor
D octrin e  ................................................................................. . . .  1

Adam Crepelle
A Market for Human Organs: An Ethical Solution to
the O rgan  Shortage ................................................................... 17

Hooman Movassagh, PhD
Human Organ Donations under the Iranian Model: A Rewarding
Schem e for U.S. Regulatory  Reform ? ................................................... 82

Keegan Warren-Clem
Unnecessary, Avoidable, Unfair, and Unjust: [En]gendered
Access to Care in the PPACA Era and the Case for
a N ew P ublic  P olicy  ..................................................................... 119

                          NoTEs

Spenser G. Benge
Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act: An Effective Means of
Combatting Health Insurers' Discrimination Against
Individuals  w ith  H IV/AID S  .......................................................... 193

Maggie C. Little
Yes, The FDA Can Make You Say That: Why The FDA's
Proposed Nutrition Facts Label Changes Will Withstand
First Amendment Challenges from Food Industry Members ............. 233

Samantha J. Weichert
Justice For Jailbirds: Summoning Bioethical Liberation For
Death Row and Reinventing Indiana's House Bill 41 ........................ 272

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