16 results match your criteria Buffalo Law Review[Journal]

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The legal bounds of physician conduct hastening death.

Buffalo Law Rev 2000 ;48(1):83-173

Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey, USA.

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May 2003
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Control of childbearing by HIV-positive women: some responses to emerging legal policies.

Authors:
Suzanne Sangree

Buffalo Law Rev 1993 ;41(2):309-449

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June 1994
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Umbilical cords: the new drug connection.

Buffalo Law Rev 1992 ;40(2):525-66

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May 1993
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Status and contract in surrogate motherhood: an illumination of the surrogacy debate.

Authors:
Janet L Dolgin

Buffalo Law Rev 1990 ;38(2):515-50

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October 1991
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Rationalizing the abortion debate: legal rhetoric and the abortion controversy.

Buffalo Law Rev 1982 ;31(1):107-64

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February 1986
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Medical data privacy: automated interference with contractual relations.

Authors:
John J Fargo

Buffalo Law Rev 1976 ;25(2):491-517

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Computerized medical records and the right to privacy: the emerging federal response.

Authors:
Barry B Boyer

Buffalo Law Rev 1975 ;25(1):37-118

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April 1979
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Patients' rights of access to their own medical records: the need for new law.

Authors:
Barbara L Kaiser

Buffalo Law Rev 1975 ;24:317-30

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June 1981
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Process design for selection of hemodialysis and organ transplant recipients.

Authors:
Al Katz

Buffalo Law Rev 1973 ;22(2):373-418

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