Silence Is Golden… Except in Health Care Philanthropy

Stacey A. Tovino*   Imagine a forty-year-old woman who has been diagnosed with stage IV colorectal cancer and who has less than a ten percent chance of living five years from the date of her diagnosis. The woman’s physician, who specializes in oncology and...

Abortion and the Constitutional Right (Not) to Procreate

Mary Ziegler* With the growing use of assisted reproductive technology (“ART”), courts have to reconcile competing rights to seek and avoid procreation. Often, in imagining the boundaries of these rights, judges turn to abortion jurisprudence for guidance. This move...
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