Eleanor Kinney Tribute
Barry R. Furrow (Drexel University), Eleanor Kinney Tribute, 17 Indiana Health L. Rev. 79 (2020): Eleanor Kinney was a giant in health law scholarship, the master of Medicare and Medicaid, the critic of medical malpractice reforms, and the scholar of... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 30, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Congress Has Already Ruled in California v. Texas
John Aloysius Cogan Jr. (University of Connecticut), Congress Has Already Ruled in California v. Texas, 62 Boston College L. Rev. E. Supp. (2020): In California v. Texas, opponents of the Affordable Care Act ( “ACA”) have asked the Supreme Court to... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 30, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Rethinking Patient Involvement in Healthcare Priority Setting
Lars Sandman (Linkoping University), Bjorn Hofmann, Greg Bognar (La Trobe University), Rethinking Patient Involvement in Healthcare Priority Setting, 34(4) Bioethics 403 (2020): With healthcare systems under pressure from scarcity of resources and ever ‐increasing demand for services, difficult priority setting choices... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 30, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Fiscal Waivers and State 'Innovation' in Health Care
Matthew B. Lawrence (Emory University), Fiscal Waivers and State 'Innovation' in Health Care, William& Mary L. Rev. (2021, Forthcoming): This Article describes how the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has used fiscal waiver authorities — delegated power... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 30, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Rethinking the Estate Planning Curriculum
Jeffrey A. Cooper (Quinnipiac University), Rethinking the Estate Planning Curriculum, 46 (1) ACTEC L. J. (2020): As a result of recent changes in Federal estate tax law, fewer and fewer clients need sophisticated estate tax planning. Many lawyers are thus... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 29, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Severability as Deregulation: The Construction of a New Doctrine Through Affordable Care Act Litigation
George Horvath (University of Akron), Severability as Deregulation: The Construction of a New Doctrine Through Affordable Care Act Litigation, 15 Charleston L. Rev. (2020, Forthcoming): Scholars have sharply criticized the plaintiffs ’ severability argument in the ongoing challenge to the Affordable... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 29, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Family Fiduciaries in the Protective Jurisdiction
Ben Chen (The University of Sydney), Family Fiduciaries in the Protective Jurisdiction, 44 (1) Melbourne U. L. Rev. (2020): Baby boomers in Australia are entering retirement with a higher life expectancy and more wealth than any generation before them. Mental... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 29, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Legal Interventions to Protect Vulnerable Adults: Can Relational Autonomy Provide a New Way Forward?
This article examines vulnerability and autonomy in the context of elder abuse and adult protection legislation. It argues... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 29, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

What States Can Do to Address Out-of-Network Air Ambulance Bills
Erin C. Fuse Brown (Georgia State University), Alex McDonald (Georgia State University), Ngan Nguyen (Georgia State University), What States Can Do to Address Out-of-Network Air Ambulance Bills, 48 J. L. Med.& Ethics 462 (2020): Out-of-network air ambulance bills are... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 28, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Sex-Based Brain Differences and Emotional Harm
Betsy Grey (Arizona State University), Sex-Based Brain Differences and Emotional Harm, 70 Duke L.L. Online 29 (2020): Technological advances have allowed neuroscientists to identify brain differences between women and men, which may lead to explanations for sex-biased population differences in... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 28, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Souled Out of Rights? – Predicaments in Protecting the Human Spirit in the Age of Neuromarketing
Alexander Sieber, Souled Out of Rights? – Predicaments in Protecting the Human Spirit in the Age of Neuromarketing, Life Sci., Soc’y& Pol ’y (2019): Modern neurotechnologies are rapidly infringing on conventional notions of human dignity and they are challenging what... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 28, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

A Forensic Accountant ’s Guide to the Most Potent Federal Laws Used Against Healthcare Fraud
Carl Pacini (University of South Florida), Nicole Forbes Stowell (University of South Florida), Maria T. Caban-Garcia (University of South Florida), A Forensic Accountant ’s Guide to the Most Potent Federal Laws Used Against Healthcare Fraud, SSRN: Healthcare costs are a significant... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 28, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Is There An Individual Right to Remote Work? A Private Law Analysis
Rachel S. Arnow-Richman (University of Florida), Is There An Individual Right to Remote Work? A Private Law Analysis, ABA J. Labor& Empl ’t L. (2020): One of the gnawing legal questions of the COVID-19 pandemic is the status of remote... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 27, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Regional Responses to COVID-19: A Comparative Analysis of EU and ASEAN Policies to Counter the Pandemic
Maria Papageorgiou (University of Minho), Daniella Silva Nogueira Melo (University of Minho), Regional Responses to COVID-19: A Comparative Analysis of EU and ASEAN Policies to Counter the Pandemic, 10 (2) Perspectives on Federalism (2018): COVID-19 has posed several challenges at... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 27, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Information for the Common Good in Mass Torts
Alexandra D. Lahav (University of Connecticut), Elizabeth Chamblee Burch (University of Georgia), Information for the Common Good in Mass Torts, DePaul L. Rev. (2021, Forthcoming): In recent years, judges have privileged confidentiality over transparency in discovery, especially in large scale... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 27, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Constitutionalism and the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act Reference
Shannon C. Hale (University of Saskatchewan), Dwight G. Newman (University of Saskatchewan), Constitutionalism and the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act Reference, Constitutional Forum (2020): In the July 10, 2020 decision in Reference re Genetic Non-Discrimination Act (GNDA Reference), the Supreme Court of... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 27, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

COVID-19 and the Scope of the UN Security Council ’s Mandate to Address Non-Traditional Threats to International Peace and Security
Erin Pobjie, COVID-19 and the Scope of the UN Security Council ’s Mandate to Address Non-Traditional Threats to International Peace and Security, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law& International Law (MPIL) Research Paper No. 2020-41: In Resolution 2532 (2020),... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 26, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

A Critical Review of the Ethical and Legal Issues in Human Germline Gene Editing: Considering Human Rights and a Call for an African Perspective
Bonginkosi Shozi (University of KwaZulu-Natal), A Critical Review of the Ethical and Legal Issues in Human Germline Gene Editing: Considering Human Rights and a Call for an African Perspective, S. African J. Bioethics& L. (2020): In the wake of... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 26, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Constitutions and Contagion. European Constitutional Systems and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Angelo Golia, Laura Hering, Carolyn Moser, Tom Sparks, Constitutions and Contagion. European Constitutional Systems and the COVID-19 Pandemic, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law& International Law (MPIL) Research Paper No. 2020-42: The COVID-19 pandemic has posed an unprecedented... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 26, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

COVID-19 and the Social Role of Indicators: A Preliminary Assessment
David Nelken (King's College), Mathias Siems (European University Institute), Marta Infantino (University of Trieste), Nathan Genicot (Universit é Libre de Bruxelles), David Restrepo-Amariles, John Harrington (Cardiff University), COVID-19 and the Social Role of Indicators: A Preliminary Assessment, King's College London Law... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 26, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Egalitarian Provision of Necessary Medical Treatment
Robert Hughes (The Wharton School), Egalitarian Provision of Necessary Medical Treatment, 24 J. of Ethics (2020): Considerations of autonomy and independence, properly understood, support strictly egalitarian provision of necessary medical treatment. If the financially better-off can purchase access to necessary... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 25, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Maxim Pinkovskiy, The Affordable Care Act and the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Regression Discontinuity Analysis
Rajashri Chakrabarti, Lindsay Meyerson, William Nober (Columbia University), Maxim Pinkovskiy, The Affordable Care Act and the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Regression Discontinuity Analysis, FRB of New York Staff Report No. 948 Did Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act affect the... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 25, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

How Would Medicare for All Affect Health System Capacity? Evidence from Medicare for Some
Jeffrey P. Clemens (University of California), Joshua D. Gottlieb (University of Chicago), Jeffrey Hicks (University of British Columbia), How Would Medicare for All Affect Health System Capacity? Evidence from Medicare for Some, U. Chic., Becker Friedman Institute for Economics Working... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 25, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Slipping on Slippery Slope Arguments
Roberto fumagalli (Universit à degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca), Slipping on Slippery Slope Arguments, 34 (4) Bioethics 412 (2020): Slippery slope arguments (SSAs) are used in a wide range of philosophical debates, but are often dismissed as empirically ill‐founded and logically fallacious.... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 24, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Ethical and Legal Perspective on Germ-line Gene therap
Archisha Satyarthi, Ethical and Legal Perspective on Germ-line Gene therapy, SSRN: When humans discovered the code of life- DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), a complex molecule that guides the growth, development function and reproduction of everything alive, new frontiers of possibilities opened... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 24, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

The Affordable Care Act in Rural California: A Report on Barriers to Health Care Access and Enrollment in Path2Health, with Proposed Solutions
Lisa R. Pruitt (University of California), The Affordable Care Act in Rural California: A Report on Barriers to Health Care Access and Enrollment in Path2Health, with Proposed Solutions, UC Davis Legal Studies Research Paper (2020, Forthcoming): Students in the UC... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 24, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Commentary on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby
Suzanne A. Kim (Rutgers School of Law), Commentary on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, SSRN: Burwell, et al., v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., et al., decided in 2014, broke ground in its unprecedented articulation of religious person-hood rights for commercial entities,... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 24, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Overambition as Disability: Discrimination of Excellence
Julia M. Puaschunder (Harvard University), Overambition as Disability: Discrimination of Excellence, SSRN: This paper draws attention to discrimination of excellence in order to propose an inequality alleviation strategy in connecting overachievers with discriminated-against minorities. Discrimination of excellence is the unjust... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 23, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Pandemic as Opportunity for Competence Restoration Decarceration
Susan McMahon (Georgetown University), Pandemic as Opportunity for Competence Restoration Decarceration, Az. St. L. J. (2020, Online): Before the pandemic, a defendant found incompetent to stand trial was often stranded in jail for weeks or months as she waited for... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 23, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Combating Inequality: The Between- and Within-Group Effects of Unionization on Earnings for People with Different Disabilities
David Pettinicchio (University of Toronto), Michelle Maroto (University of Alberta), Combating Inequality: The Between- and Within-Group Effects of Unionization on Earnings for People with Different Disabilities, The Sociological Quarterly (2020): This paper addresses whether and how unions help to dismantle... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 23, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Accommodating Pregnancy Five Years After Young v. UPS: Where We Are & Where We Should Go
Nicole B. Porter (University of Toledo), Accommodating Pregnancy Five Years After Young v. UPS: Where We Are& Where We Should Go, 14 St. Louis U. J. Health L.& Pol ’y (2020, Forthcoming): This Article will explore how pregnant employees... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 23, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Pandemic as Opportunity for Competence Restoration Decarceration
Susan McMahon (Georgetown University), Pandemic as Opportunity for Competence Restoration Decarceration, Az. St. L. J. (2020, Online): Before the pandemic, a defendant found incompetent to stand trial was often stranded in jail for weeks or months as she waited for... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 22, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Mediating Psychiatric Disability Accommodations for Workers in Violent Times
Michael Z. Green (Texas A&M University), Mediating Psychiatric Disability Accommodations for Workers in Violent Times, 50(5) Seton Hall L. Rev. (2020): Most workers in the United States are unhappy. Manifestations of that dissatisfaction can result in many workplace dilemmas when... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 22, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

What Do We Owe Each Other?: An Essay on Law and Society
Stephen Morse (University of Pennsylvania), What Do We Owe Each Other?: An Essay on Law and Society, UPenn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 20-43 Lawyer and psychologist Susan Vinocour has written a widely noticed, engrossing, immensely saddening, and... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 22, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Availability of COVID-19 Vaccine: Regulation and Indonesian Policy to Deal With It
Nurul Habaib Al Mukarramah (Hasanuddin University), Maskun Maskun (Hasanuddin University), Availability of COVID-19 Vaccine: Regulation and Indonesian Policy to Deal With It, SSRN: The current COVID-19 Virus pandemic has urged scientists from all over the world to discover a vaccine... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 22, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Law Enforcement As Disease Vector
Maybell Romero (Northern Illinois University), Law Enforcement As Disease Vector, Chic. L. Rev. Online (2020): As the outbreak of the novel coronavirus ( “COVID-19”) wears on throughout the United States, state and local governments are left to determine—with very little, if... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 22, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

The COVID-19 Pandemic: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives on Children, Women and Sex Trafficking
Simplice Asongu, Usman Usman (University of Malaya), The COVID-19 Pandemic: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives on Children, Women and Sex Trafficking, Health Care for Women Int ’l (2021, Forthcoming): We provide theoretical and practical perspectives on children, women, and sex trafficking during... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 21, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Evaluating Privacy During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency: The Case of Facial Recognition Technologies
Luis Felipe Ramos (University of Minho), Evaluating Privacy During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency: The Case of Facial Recognition Technologies, SSRN: The present article aims to discuss how governments have turned to biometric technologies to fight the spread of COVID-19,... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 21, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Even in a Pandemic, Sunlight is the Best Disinfectant: COVID-19 and Global Freedom of Expression
Michael Karanicolas (Yale University), Even in a Pandemic, Sunlight is the Best Disinfectant: COVID-19 and Global Freedom of Expression, 22 Oregon Rev. of Int ’l L. (2021, Forthcoming): In times of war, the right to speak freely is often the first... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 21, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Facebook ʼs Latest Attempt To Address Vaccine Misinformation — And Why Itʼs Not Enough,
Ana Santos Rutschman (Saint Louis University), Facebook ʼs Latest Attempt To Address Vaccine Misinformation — And Why Itʼs Not Enough, Health Affairs Blog (2020): On October 13, 2020 Facebook announced the adoption of a series of measures to promote vaccine trust... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 21, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

The Role of the Joint Procurement Agreement during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Assessing Its Usefulness and Discussing Its Potential to Support a European Health Union
Emma McEvoy (Maynooth University), Delia Ferri (Maynooth University), The Role of the Joint Procurement Agreement during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Assessing Its Usefulness and Discussing Its Potential to Support a European Health Union, Eur. J. Risk Reg. 1 (2020) In 2014,... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 20, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

The Cure Is not Worse Than the Problem
Mark Cooper, The Cure Is not Worse Than the Problem, SSRN: As the final weekend of the 2020 election approached, A new report entitled The Cure Is Not Worse Than The Problem: There Is No “Trade-Off” Between Public Health And... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 20, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

MHPAEA & Marble Cake: Parity & the Forgotten Frame of Federalism
Taleed El-Sabawi (Elon University), MHPAEA& Marble Cake: Parity& the Forgotten Frame of Federalism, 124 Dick. L. Rev. 591 (2020): Federal parity laws, and their state equivalents, have been shown to increase access to substance use disorder (SUD) treatment,... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 20, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

A Comment on 'Modeling COVID-19 Scenarios for the United States'
Phillip Magness, A Comment on 'Modeling COVID-19 Scenarios for the United States,' SSRN: A recent paper published in the journal Nature-Medicine from the Institute for Health Metrics Evaluation (IHME) claimed that as of September 21, 2020 only 49% of Americans... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 20, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

“We are not Epidemiologists”: COVID-19 in the High Court
Amelia Simpson (ANU College of Law), “We are not Epidemiologists”: COVID-19 in the High Court, 31 Public L.R. (2020): The High Court of Australia is soon to consider the constitutional validity of state border closures in response to COVID-19. This... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 19, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Experimental Study of Consumer Responses to Different Sources of Information about Prescription Drugs
Jacob Byl (Western Kentucky University), W. Kip Viscusi (Vanderbilt University), Experimental Study of Consumer Responses to Different Sources of Information about Prescription Drugs, J. Econ. Beh. And Orgs (2021, Forthcoming): Consumers receive risk information about prescription drugs from many sources,... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 19, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

EU Health Union and State Aid Policy: With Great (er) Power Comes Great Responsibility
Andrea Biondi (King's College London), Oana Andreea Stefan (King's College London), EU Health Union and State Aid Policy: With Great (er) Power Comes Great Responsibility, Eur. J. Risk Reg. (2021, Forthcoming): This contribution evaluates whether EU State aid policy could... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 19, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Health Professional Regulation in Australia
Helen Bird (Swinburne Law School), George Gilligan (University of Melbourne), Health Professional Regulation in Australia, SSRN: As 2020 has progressed jurisdictions across the world and especially their health systems have been grappling with the enormous challenges posed by the COVID-19... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 19, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Wills Formalities Beyond COVID-19: An Australian-United States Perspective
Bridget J. Crawford (Pace University), Kelly Purser (Queensland University), Tina Cockburn (Queensland University), Wills Formalities Beyond COVID-19: An Australian-United States Perspective, 5 U. New S. Wales L. J. Forum (2020): Executing a valid will during the COVID-19 pandemic can be... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 18, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs

Is It Lawful and Ethical to Prioritize Racial Minorities for COVID-19 Vaccines?
Lawrence O. Gostin (Georgetown University), Harald Schmidt (University of Pennsylvania), Michelle A. Williams (Harvard University), Is It Lawful and Ethical to Prioritize Racial Minorities for COVID-19 Vaccines? JAMA Online (2020): Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has disproportionately affected racial minorities in... (Source: HealthLawProf Blog)
Source: HealthLawProf Blog - November 18, 2020 Category: Medical Law Authors: Katharine Van Tassel Source Type: blogs