Yale Law and Policy Review
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Broadening the statutory criteria for civil commitment: a reply to Durham and La Fond. FAU - Stone, Alan
Efficiency, autonomy, and communal values in health care.
The empirical consequences and policy implications of broadening the statutory criteria for civil commitment.
Constraints on experimentation: protecting children to death.
Prosecuting maternal substance abusers: an unjustified and ineffective policy.
"First, do no harm"--the fiction of legal parental consent to genital-normalizing surgery on intersexed infants.
The challenge of biotechnology.
Eugenics and equality: does the Constitution allow policies designed to discourage reproduction among disfavored groups?
The two faces of gag provisions: patients and physicians in a bind.
Genetics and the law: a scientist's view.