34 J.L. Med. & Ethics [i] (2006)

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INDEPENDENT ARTICLES
Transforming Public Health Law:
The Turning Point Model State Public Health Act
James G. Hodge, Jr., Lawrence 0. Gostin,
Kristine Gebbie, and Deborah L. Erickson
The New International Health Regulations:
An Historic Development for International
Law and Public Health
David P. Fidler and Lawrence 0. Gostin
Physician Participation in Executions:
Care Giver or Executioner?
Peter Clark
Conflict over Conflicts of Interest:
An Analysis of the New NIH Rules
Jennifer Gold
COMMENTARY
Face Transplant: Real and Imagined
Ethical Challenges
Tia Powell

Defining the Beginning and
the End of Human Life:
Implications for Ethics,
Policy, and Law
GUEST EDITED BY ROBERT M. SADE
6     Introduction: Defining the Beginning and the End
of Human Life: Implications for Ethics, Policy, and
Law
Robert M. Sade
8     Life Begins When they Steal your Bicycle:
Cross-Cultural Practices of Personhood at the
Beginnings and Ends of Life
Lynn M. Morgan
16   Abortion and the Beginning and End of Human Life
Don Marquis
26   The Morality of Killing Human Embryos
Bonnie Steinbock
35    The Whole-Brain Concept of Death Remains
Optimum Public Policy
James L. Bernat
44   An Alternative to Brain Death
Jeff McMahan
49   Moral Status, Human Identity, and Early Embryos:
A Critique of the President's Approach
David DeGrazia
58    Owning Up to our Agendas: On the Role and
Limits of Science in Debates about Embryos
and Brain Death
George Khushf

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