Hastings Center Report

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August 1983

Volume 13, Issue 4

Pages 2–54

  1. In Brief

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
  2. Department

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. AT THE CENTER (page 4)

      Carol Levine

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561710

  3. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. Do Vitamins Prevent Neural Tube Defects (and Can We Find Out Ethically)? (pages 5–8)

      MORTIMER B. LIPSETT and JOHN C. FLETCHER

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561711

  4. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
  5. Article

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
  6. Article: The British and Swedish Models

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. Caring for Disabled Infants (pages 15–18)

      ERNLÉ W.D. YOUNG

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561714

  7. Feature: Case Studies

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
  8. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. Roe v. Wade Reaffirmed (pages 21–22)

      GEORGE J. ANNAS

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561716

  9. Article

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. Feeling Good, Doing Better, but Using Drugs (page 23)

      Willard Gaylin

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561717

    2. Can Pleasure Be Bad for You? (pages 30–34)

      DAN W. BROCK

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561719

    3. Why Drug Policy Is So Harsh (pages 34–39)

      JAMES B. BAKALAR and LESTER GRINSPOON

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561720

  10. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. Leaving Therapy to Chance (pages 40–47)

      DON MARQUIS

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561721

  11. Feature: Reviews

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. The Blood Feud: Round Two (pages 48–50)

      PETER SINGER

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561722

  12. Departments: Correspondence

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. The Fetus is the Only Patient (page 50)

      Henry M. Sondheimer

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561723

    2. Unjustified AID for the Poor? (page 50)

      Carson Strong

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561724

  13. Departments: In The Literature

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. IN THE LITERATURE (pages 51–52)

      Marna Howarth and Eric Feldman

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3561725

  14. Departments

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. CALENDAR (pages 53–54)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/j.1552-146X.1983.tb02134.x

  15. Departments: Announcements

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. Article: U.S. Researchers Consider A Controversial Clinical Trial
    5. Article: The President's Commission On Informed Consent
    6. Article
    7. Article: The British and Swedish Models
    8. Feature: Case Studies
    9. Feature: Law And The Life Sciences
    10. Article
    11. Article: An Impasse in The Ethics of Randomized Clinical Trials
    12. Feature: Reviews
    13. Departments: Correspondence
    14. Departments: In The Literature
    15. Departments
    16. Departments: Announcements
    1. ANNOUNCEMENTS (page 54)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/j.1552-146X.1983.tb02135.x

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