28 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol'y [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/jchlp28 and id is 1 raw text is: THE JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HEALTH LAW AND POLICY
VOLUME28                      ISSUE 1                        FALL2011
Articles
Advancing FDA's Regulatory Science Through Weight of Evidence Evaluations
Joseph W. Cormier                        ................1.......................
An Empirical Analysis of Aftermarket Transactions by Hospitals
Robert E. Litan, Hal J Singer, and Anna Birkenbach ................... 23
Aligning Your Health System's Conflict of Interest Policies with the Physician
Payment Sunshine Act
James G. Scott and Andrejs E. Avots-Avotins .................... 39
Notes
Tripping over TRIPS and the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Legislation and
Political Decisions in Brazil and the United States
Anna Bitencourt Emilio................................... 57
Health Coverage for Young Adults: Tax Incentives for Extending Health
Coverage to Children Under Age 27 as Amended by the Affordable Care Act
Philip J. DeCastro                         ....................................... 86
Superfund to the Rescue? Seeking Potential CERCLA Response Authority and
Cost Recovery Liability for Releases of Hazardous Substances Resulting from
Hydraulic Fracturing
Sean H. Joyner                        ..................l.......................1
Unlikely Splicing: The Myriad Decision, the Genomic Research and
Accessibility Act, Orphan Diseases, and the Future of Antisense Drugs
John L. Ryan         ............................................... 144

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