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Health Law and Bioethics: Cases in Context

SUMMARY OF CONTENTS


I. THE PROFESSIONAL-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP AND THE QUALITY OF
 CARE

 1. Canterbury v. Spence:  The Inadvertent Landmark Case
  Alan Meisel, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

 2. Darling v. Charleston Community Memorial Hospital: A Broken Leg and
  Institutional Liability Unbound
  Richard S. Saver, University of Houston Law Center
 
II. DEATH AND DYING

 3. Quinlan and Cruzan:  Beyond the Symbols
  Sandra H. Johnson, Saint Louis University School of Law

III. REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS

 4. Johnson v. Calvert:  Technology, Family, and Commerce
  Lisa Ikemoto, University of California-Davis School of Law

 5. Litowitz v. Litowitz:   Feuding Over Frozen Embryos and Forecasting the Future
  of Reproductive Medicine
  Judith  Daar, Whittier Law School

IV. ORGAN TRANSPLANTS, MEDICAL FUTILITY, AND PRESUMED CONSENT

 6. In re T.A.C.P. and In the Matter of Baby K.:  Anencephaly and Slippery Slopes 
  Mary A. Crossley, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

 7. Newman v. Sathyavaglswaran:  Unbundling Property in the Dead
  Michele Goodwin, University of Minnesota Law School

V. PUBLIC HEALTH  

 8. Jacobson v. Massachusetts: The Police Power and Civil Liberties in Tension
  Lawrence O. Gostin, Georgetown University Law Center

VI. REGULATORY, ORGANIZATIONAL, AND BUSINESS ISSUES

 9. United States v. Krizek:  Rough Justice Under the Civil False Claims Act
  Thomas L. Greaney, Saint Louis University School of Law
  Joan H. Krause, University of Houston Law Center

 10. Utah County v. Intermountain Health Care:  Reconsidering the Charitable Status of Nonprofit Hospitals
  John D. Colombo, University of Illinois College of Law

 C. Estate of Gelsinger v. Trustees of University of Pennsylvania: Money, Prestige,
  and Influence in Human Subjects Research
  Robin Fretwell Wilson, Washington & Lee University School of Law

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