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  • 1. In the Marketplace for Ideas Affecting Public Policy–Mark Schlesinger

    2.Attitudes of People with Disabilities toward Physician-Assisted Suicide Legislation: Broadening the Dialogue–Pamela Fadem, Meredith Minkler, Martha Perry, Klaus Blum, Leroy F. Moore, Jr., Judi Rogers, and Lee Williams

    3. Commodifying Life? A Pilot Study of Opinions Regarding Financial Incentives for Organ Donation–John H. Evans

    4. Racial Meanings and Scientific Methods: Changing Policies for NIH-Sponsored Publications Reporting Human Variation–Jacqueline Stevens

    5. The Many Faces of Access: Reasons for Medically Nonurgent Emergency Department Visits–Nurit Guttman, Deena R. Zimmerman, and Myra Schaub Nelson

    6.From Detached Concern to Empathy: Humanizing Medical Practice–Rita Charon

    7.Setting Limits Fairly: Can We Learn to Share Medical Resources?–Reidar K. Lie

    8. Scarce Goods: Justice, Fairness, and Organ Transplantation–Roy G. Spece, Jr.

    9.Books Received

    10. News and Notes–Christopher J. Conover

    11.News from Affiliated Organizations

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