20 L. Med. & Health Care 1 (1992)

handle is hein.journals/medeth20 and id is 1 raw text is: Editor-in-Chief: Larry Gostin, American Society of Law & Medicine,
Boston, Massachusetts
Managing Editor: Merrill Kaitz
Articles Editors
Law: Bernard Dickens, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Toronto,
Canada
Medicine: Jay Katz, Yale University Law School, New Haven, Connecticut
Health Care: Sarah Cohn, Yale-New Haven Hospital and Yale University
School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut
Ethics: Robert Weir, College of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
Review Essay Editors
Books: George Annas, Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public
Health, Boston, Massachusetts
Cases: Walter Wadlington, University of Virginia School of Law,
Charlottesville, Virginia
Policy: Leonard Glantz and Wendy Mariner, Boston University Schools of
Medicine and Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts
International. Sev Fluss, Health Legislation, World Health Organization,
Geneva, Switzerland; Ian Kennedy, Centre of Medical Law & Ethics,
King's College London, England; Peter Singer, Centre for Human
Bioethics, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia; Margaret
Somerville, McGill Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law, Montreal,
Canada
Board of Editors: Paul Appelbaum, Allan Brandt, Nicholas Christakis,
Ronald Cranford, Patricia Danzon, Barry Furrow, Jane Greenlaw, Angela
Holder, Sandra Johnson, Marshall Kapp, Theodore LeBlang, Alan Meisel,
J. Douglas Peters, Arnold Rosoff, David Warren
Circulation Manager: Susan Reddy
Editorial Assistant: Ken Osgood

ISSN No. 0277-8459
© 199z, American Society of Law and Medicine

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