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Articles from South African Journal of Bioethics and Law (December 1, 2013)

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'Single' v. 'panel' appointed forensic mental observations: is the referral process ethically justifiable? Schutte, T.; Subramaney, U. Report 3697
Beyond the hidden curriculum: the challenging search for authentic values in medical ethics education. Ssebunnya, G.M. Report 3203
CPD questionnaire. 482
Do prisoners in South Africa have a constitutional right to a holistic approach to antiretroviral treatment? Motala, N.; McQuoid-Mason, D. Report 4161
Establishing national biobanks in South Africa: the urgent need for an ethico-regulatory framework. Dhai, Ames Report 1184
Human Dignity in Contemporary Ethics. Dhai, Ames Book review 428
Informed consent for telemedicine in South Africa: a survey of consent practices among healthcare professionals in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. Jack, C.; Mars, M. Report 4866
Medical information therapy and medical malpractice litigation in South Africa. Moore, W.; Slabbert, M. Nothling Report 3742
No one 'owns' the genome: the United States Supreme Court rules that human DNA cannot be patented. Hurter, E. Report 2830
Reporting underage consensual sex after the Teddy Bear case: a different perspective. Strode, A.; Toohey, J.; Slack, C.; Bhamjee, S. Report 2839
South Africa's Suspended Revolution: Hopes and Prospects. Dhai, Ames Book review 433
The Health of Nations: Towards a New Political Economy. Dhai, Ames Book review 485
The parameters of the current legal framework for health research: forms of health research which are regulated and obligations imposed on researchers. Strode, A.E. Report 2352

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