Comparative Health Law & Bioethics (FR 104)


Comparative Health Law and Bioethics covers the right to health as well as access to health care in international law. We will review issues of comparative genetic privacy, disclosure of genetic data, issues in death and dying (including self-determination, aid-in-dying, and euthanasia,) assisted reproduction, in-vitro fertilization, surrogacy, medical decision-making for minors and humans as research subjects. These topics will be examined according to the laws in the U.S. as well as in various European, Asian and South American countries.


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