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MMR: medicine, mothers and rights.

Authors:
Hannah Baker

Camb Law J 2004 Mar;63(1):49-52

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March 2004
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Consent, frozen embryos, procreative choice and the ideal family.

Authors:
Anne Scully-Hill

Camb Law J 2004 Mar;63(1):47-9

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Purposive interpretation and the march of genetic technology.

Authors:
Kathy Liddell

Camb Law J 2003 Nov;62(part 3):563-66

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November 2003

Resolving the unresolvable: the case of the conjoined twins.

Authors:
Andrew Bainham

Camb Law J 2001 ;60:49-53

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December 2004

Dehydration and human rights.

Authors:
J Keown

Camb Law J 2001 Mar;60(Part 1):53-6

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The human rights dimension of the Diane Pretty case.

Authors:
Antje Pedain

Camb Law J 2003 Mar;62(1):181-206

Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, UK.

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March 2003
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Voluntary euthanasia and the logical slippery slope argument.

Camb Law J 2002 Nov;61(3):545-50

King's College Cambridge, UK.

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November 2002
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Caesarean sections, phobias and foetal rights.

Authors:
Jonathan Herring

Camb Law J 1997 Nov;36(3):509-11

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November 1997

Life and death in Dublin.

Authors:
John Keown

Camb Law J 1996 Mar;55(1):6-8

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March 1996
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Sterilisation and the courts.

Camb Law J 1987 Nov;46(3):439-64

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November 1987
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Irreversibly comatose individuals: "alive" or "dead"

Authors:
PDG Skegg

Camb Law J 1974 Apr;33(1):130-44

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