CJCCL 2015, Volume 1

Health Law & Human Rights

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Introducing the CJCCL

Editors-in-Chief Preface 1-2
Lorne Sossin Foreword 3-8


Michael L Perlin & Alison J Lynch “Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word”: Sexuality, International Human Rights, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence 9-48
Bryan Thomas & Colleen M Flood Putting Health to Rights: A Canadian View on Global Trends in Litigating Health Care Rights 49-78
Alana Cattapan, Roxanne Mykitiuk & Mark Pioro Notions of Reproductive Harm in Canadian Law: Addressing Exposures to Household Chemicals as Reproductive Torts 79-136
Ubaka Ogbogu & Timothy Caulfield “Science Powers Commerce”: Mapping the Language, Justifications, and Perceptions of the Drive to Commercialize in the Context of Canadian Research 137-160
I Glenn Cohen Medical Tourism, Access to Health Care, and Global Justice 161-240
Remigius N Nwabueze ‘Orphaned’ Transplantable Organs: Law, Ethics, and Ownership 241-274
Brian Sloan Informal Care and Private Law: Governance or a Failure Thereof? 275-292
Margaret Isabel Hal Dementia, Decision-Making, and the Modern (Adult) Guardianship Paradigm: Bentley v Maplewood Seniors Care Society 293-316
Sarah Burningham Courts, Challenges, and Cures: Legal Avenues for Patients with Rare Diseases to Challenge Health Care Coverage Decisions 317-350
Ruby Dhand & Robert Diab Canada’s Refugee Health Law and Policy from a Comparative, Constitutional, and Human Rights Perspective 351-406

Book Review

Anne Cochrane A Cruel Arithmetic: Inside the Case Against Polygamy, Craig Jones 407-414
Leah Seneviratne Law, Policy, and Reproductive Autonomy, Erin Nelson 415