Bergman, Helen R.
American Journal of Law and Medicine. 1992; 18(1 & 2): 127-145.
The increasing use of human tissues in medical research has spawned a host of ethical and legal debates. Legal analysis in this area has almost exclusively focused on the question of property rights in both the tissues used in research and in the resulting products. One illustrative case is
Biomedical Research; Body Parts and Fluids; Conflict of Interest; Consent; Deception; Disclosure; Donors; Human Experimentation; Industry; Investigators; Justice; Legal Aspects; Legal Liability; Legislation; Liability; Model Legislation; Medical Research; Organ Donation; Patents; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Property Rights; Property; Remuneration; Research; Rights; Tissue Donation; Universities;
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