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What Makes a Good Life in Late Life? Citizenship and Justice in Aging Societies
The Ethics of Sequencing Newborns: Reflections and Recommendations
Governance of Emerging Technologies:
Aligning Policy Analysis with the Public’s Values
Just Reproduction: Reimagining Autonomy in Reproductive Medicine
NFL Player Health: The Role of Club Doctors
Nurses at the Table: Nursing, Ethics, and Health Policy
The Genetics of Intelligence
September – October 2015