19 January 2013

JOURNAL: (2012) Law, Innovation and Technology

We are very pleased to let you know that the 2nd issue of the 2012 volume of Law, Innovation and Technology is now published.

The 2nd issue is a special issue titled Contextualising the Regulation of Health Technologies and it has its origins in a workshop funded by the Wellcome Trust on Regulating Health Technologies held in London in May 2011. The workshop was conducted under the auspices of the Wellcome Strategic Programme The Human Body: Its Scope, Limits and Future. For further information about this issue please click here to read the editorial. Please also see below for the table of contents, information about online access and details on how to subscribe.

CONTENTS

SPECIAL ISSUE
Contextualising the Regulation of Health Technologies

Editorial: Contextualising the Regulation of Health Technologies
Anne-Maree Farrell, Sarah Devaney, Tamara Hervey and Thérèse Murphy

Free to view – please click here

The Legal and Relational Identity of the ‘Not-Yet’ Generation
Isabel Karpin

Home and Away: The Turkish Ban on Donor Conception
Ilke Turkmendag

Commensuration and Proliferation: Similarity and Divergence in Law’s Shaping of Medical Technology
Alex Faulkner

Pricing New Medicines in the UK: ‘Price is what you Pay, Value is what you Get’?
Keith Syrett

Insurance, Genetic Information and the Future of Industry Self-Regulation in the UK
Ruth Stirton

Reviews

Julie Kent, Regenerating Bodies: Tissue and Cell Therapies in the Twenty-First Century

Sara Fovargue, Xenotransplantation and Risk: Regulating a Developing Biotechnology

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