Most of the time the sanctity of national sovereignty is invoked in international law, it’s covering ..
Along with our partners at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University, the Petrie-Flom ..
Available March 26, 2019, a new course “FDA and Prescription Drugs: Current Controversies in Context” ..
Boston area healthcare providers, public safety officials and mental health clinicians will hear from ..
I am joined by Aaron Kesselheim and Jonathan Darrow, faculty members at Harvard Medical School and members ..
By Ameet Sarpatwari and Aaron S. Kesselheim Each month, members of the Program On Regulation, Therapeutics, ..
A panel discussion held this week at Harvard Law School with Professor Jennifer Prah Ruger about her new book, ..
States can be laboratories of health reform. Massachusetts and Oregon expanded insurance coverage during ..
By Paul S. Appelbaum and Lawand Gil Eyal Healthcare is now entering a much-anticipated era of “precision ..
There is a page in the history books waiting to be written for the eradication of malaria. In recent ..
Citing wanting to spend more time with his family, Food and Drug Administration commissioner Scott Gottlieb ..
The National Health Service in England has been trying for many years to get its complaints system right, ..
For over two decades, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, in conjunction with the IU School ..
This week the House Judiciary Committee begins its formal inquiries into the Trump Administration’s ..
One way of thinking about genome editing is through the lens of the legal and ethical obligations of ensuring ..
Wait times and length of stay in emergency departments are a hot topic and often result in a variety ..
After a high profile set of scandals, the prominent cancer research hospital, New York’s Memorial ..