1. Conflict of Interest and AJOB
  2. Kelly A. Carroll, Glenn McGee
  3. pp. 1-2
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Target Article

  1. How Can You Patent Genes?
  2. Rebecca S. Eisenberg
  3. pp. 3-11
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  1. Intellectual Property and Products of Nature
  2. Mark Sagoff
  3. pp. 12-13
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  1. Patenting Genes and the Public Interest
  2. Dorothy Nelkin
  3. pp. 13-15
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  1. No Patents for Semantic Information
  2. Jack Wilson
  3. pp. 15-16
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  1. Waiting on Science: The Stake of Present and Future Patients
  2. Rosemary B. Quigley
  3. pp. 17-18
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  1. Locating Gene Patents within the Patent System
  2. Arti K. Rai
  3. pp. 18-19
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  1. Patenting Genes? A Finger in the Dike of a Bricks-and-Mortar Patent System
  2. Gladys B. White
  3. p. 20
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  1. Warren D. Woessner
  2. pp. 21-22
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  1. Sequence Patents Are Not the Issue
  2. John A. Robertson
  3. pp. 22-23
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  1. The Evolution of Gene Patenting
  2. Peter J. Whitehouse
  3. pp. 23-24
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  1. Patenting DNA: Who Defines and Protects the Public Good?
  2. Sandra Anderson Garcia
  3. pp. 25-26
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  1. The Two Meanings of How and the Gene Patenting Debate
  2. John H. Evans
  3. pp. 26-28
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  1. Bioterrorism and Patent Rights: "Compulsory Licensure" and the Case of Cipro
  2. David B. Resnik, Kenneth A. De Ville
  3. pp. 29-39
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  1. Compulsory Licensure: The Case of Cipro and Beyond
  2. Ananda M. Chakrabarty
  3. p. 40
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  1. The Cipro Patent and Bioterrorism
  2. Keith S. Kaye, Donald Kaye
  3. pp. 41-42
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  1. Beyond Government Intervention: Drug Companies and Bioethics
  2. Rebecca Dresser
  3. pp. 42-43
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  1. Life, Death, and Monopoly Rights in a Democratic Society
  2. Simon J. Smith
  3. pp. 43-44
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  1. Patents: The Public Interest versus the Private Privilege
  2. Kayhan P. Parsi, Erin A. Egan
  3. pp. 45-46
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  1. Who Are the Guardians Guarding?
  2. Howard Trachtman
  3. pp. 46-48
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  1. Patent Immorality?
  2. M. Gregg Bloche, Elizabeth R. Jungman
  3. pp. 48-49
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  1. It Is Not Unethical, Though It Is Often Unwise, to Override Patents
  2. Herb Leventer
  3. pp. 50-51
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  1. Not Taking, Just Borrowing: Government Use of Patented Drugs
  2. Pilar N. Ossorio
  3. pp. 51-52
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Essay

  1. The Gift of Life and Starfish on the Beach: The Ethics of Organ Procurement
  2. Mark G. Kuczewski
  3. pp. 53-56
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Book Reviews

  1. Country Doctor: A Memoir (review)
  2. Elisa J. Gordon
  3. pp. 61-63
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  1. Comments on the Contested Terrain of Determining Death
  2. Sheldon Zink
  3. pp. 63-65
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-iv
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