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Ethical analyses of predictive brain implants should be consistent with feminist interpretations of autonomy
Crozier, G.K.D. & Krahn T.M. (2015). Ethical analyses of predictive brain implants should be consistent with feminist interpretations of autonomy. American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience, 6(4):online.
- On what basis did Health Canada approve OxyContin in 1996? A retrospective analysis of regulatory data
- Matthew Herder Resigns from Patented Medicine Prices Review Board
- Permissive regulation: A critical review of the regulatory history of buprenorphine formulations in Canada
- Fair pricing of “old” orphan drugs: considerations for Canada’s orphan drug policy
- Podcast or Perish: Episode 040: Françoise Baylis
- Bioethicist Françoise Baylis asks why humans think 'they can just take everything'
- Killam Prize winners discuss research in Canada
- World‑renowned Dalhousie bioethicist and battery pioneer win prestigious Killam Prize