Health Law – Emerging Technologies

Ryan Tonkens1 1 Centre for Human Bioethics, Monash University, Wellington Rd., Clayton VIC, 3800, ryan.tonkens@monash.edu  Uterine transplants are now a real medical possibility (Brännström et al. 2015). Like other types of transplantable human organs, wombs are expected to be in...
  • September 23, 2016
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A/Prof. Bernadette Richards1, Dr Tamra Lysaght 1University Of Adelaide In our world of continuous technological advancement it is almost inconceivable that we cannot cure every disease and ensure ongoing good health. Over time we have seen repeated examples of medical...
  • September 23, 2016
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Dr Tsung-ling Lee1 1Research Fellow, Centre for Biomedical Ethics, National University of Singapore One key challenge in the regulation of regenerative medicines and cell-based therapies is balancing the demands for early access to innovative treatments with the need for robust...
  • September 22, 2016
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Tereza Hendl1, Cameron Stewart 2, Megan Munsie3, Ian Kerridge4 1 Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, Medical Foundation Building, University of Sydney, NSW, 2006, Australia, Tereza.hendl@sydney.edu.au 2 Sydney Law School, New Law Building, University of Sydney, NSW,...
  • September 22, 2016
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Associate Professor Tracey Evans Chan 1 1 Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, 469G Bukit Timah Road, Eu Tong Sen Building, Singapore 259776 Innovative treatments in medicine have been the subject of ethical and regulatory debate. Within the past...
  • September 22, 2016
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Belinda Bennett1 1 Australian Centre for Health Law Research, School of Law, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), GPO Box 2434, Brisbane, QLD, 4001, belinda.bennett@qut.edu.au With ageing populations in many countries around the world, dementia has emerged as a significant social...
  • September 22, 2016
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