restricted access   Volume 40, Number 6, November-December 2010

Table of Contents

May parents keep children small? Essays on bioethics' next steps

Field Notes

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From the Editor

The Kids Are All Right

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Another Voice

Attenuated Thoughts

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The Egg Hunt

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The Illusory “Level Playing Field”

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Alice Dreger replies:

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In Distress

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To the Editor

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At Law

Brain Imaging and Courtroom Deception

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Policy & Politics

Speaking Off Label

pp. 9-10

Case Study

Case Study

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Samantha Burton and the Rights of Pregnant Women Twenty Years after In re A.C.

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Baxter and the Return of Physician-Assisted Suicide

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Four essays look at the issues bioethics should tackle in the future

Establishing a “Duty of Care” for Pharmaceutical Companies

pp. 18-20

A Role for Moral Vision in Public Health

pp. 20-22

The Art of Dying Well

pp. 22-24

The Challenge of Regenerative Medicine

pp. 24-26

Navigating Growth Attenuation in Children with Profound Disabilities: Children’s Interests, Family Decision-Making, and Community Concerns

pp. 27-40

Book Review

An Institutional Solution to Conflicts of Conscience in Medicine

pp. 41-42

2010 Manuscript Reviewers

Manuscript Reviewers 2010

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2010 Index

Hastings Center Report: Volume 40, 2010

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Private Reparations

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