22 J.L. Med. & Ethics 1 (1994)

handle is hein.journals/medeth22 and id is 1 raw text is: Editor-in-Chief: Larry Gostin, Georgetown University Law Center,
Washington, D.C.
Managing Editor: Michael Vasko, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics,
Boston
Assistant Editor: San Juanita Rangel, American Society of Law, Medicine &
Ethics, Boston
Articles Editors
Law: Bernard Dickens, University of Toronto Faculty of Law; Sandra Johnson,
St. Louis University School of Law
Medicine: Robert J. Levine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven;
Steven H. Miles, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis
Health Care: Christine Mitchell, Harvard University Program in Ethics and
the Professions, Cambridge
Ethics: Robert Weir, College of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa City;
E. Haavi Morreim, University of Tennessee, Memphis
Review Essay Editors
Cases: Barry R. Furrow, Widener University School of Law, Wilmington,
Delaware; Max Mehlman, Case Western Reserve School of Law, Cleveland
Policy: R. Alta Charo, University of Wisconsin School of Law, Madison;
Karen H. Rothenberg, University of Maryland School of Law, Baltimore
International: Sev Fluss, Health Legislation, World Health Organization,
Geneva, Switzerland; Ian Kennedy, Center of Medical Law & Ethics, King's
College, London, England; Margaret Somerville, McGill Centre for Medicine,
Ethics and Law, Montreal
Board of Editors: Nicholas Christakis, Ronald Cranford, Leonard Glantz,
Jay Gold, Angela Holder, Marshall Kapp, Theodore LeBlang, Wendy Mariner,
Alan Meisel, Wendy Parmet, Arnold Rosoff, David Warren
Circulation Manager: Susan Reddy
ISSN No. 0277-8459
@1994, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics

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