How Regulation Can Improve Surgery
Scholar argues that agencies should collect evidence on surgical procedures to help implement best practices.
Gene Editing of Human Embryos Prompts Calls For Regulation
Despite ethical concerns, scholar argues that gene editing of human embryos should not be banned.
Improving Federal Regulation of Medical Algorithms
Scholar argues that FDA should reform its regulation of algorithm-based medicine.
Addressing the International Legal Challenges of Genetic Engineering
In keynote address, Gary Marchant discusses the transnational implications of genetic engineering.
How Much of an Income Drop Will Take a Life?
Policymakers should consider the impact of their decisions on not just wealth, but also human life.
How FDA Should Use Its Authority to Regulate Human Cells
FDA should encourage states to be the primary regulators of stem cell procedures.
Challenges in Measuring Regulatory Capture
Regulatory capture, neither inevitable nor a death trap for agencies, must be reduced to advance public policy goals.
What Should Regulators Do About Pilot Depression?
A French agency’s report on the Germanwings accident reassesses the balance between medical privacy and public safety.
Seventh Circuit Finds Wisconsin Abortion Statute Unconstitutional
Court finds state law to be medically unnecessary and burdensome to women seeking abortion services.
The Case Against FDA Regulation of Laboratory-Developed Diagnostic Tests
Scholar argues against proposal to regulate lab-developed tests as medical devices.
The Case for FDA Regulation of Laboratory-Developed Diagnostic Tests
Scholar argues in favor of proposal to regulate lab-developed tests as medical devices.
Can Regulation Allay Opposition to Organ Markets?
Professor suggests regulation could dispel common objections to selling organs.