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Volume 9, Number 2, February 2009

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Welcome to the Bioethics Presidency
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: Johnson, Summer

Must Research Participants Understand Randomization?
pp. 3-8(6)
Author: Wendler, David

To Study, Perchance To Treat
pp. 11-12(2)
Author: Trachtman, Howard

Equipoise Trumps Randomization
pp. 13-14(2)
Authors: Fox, Mark; Hellman, Chan; Jelley, Martina

Understanding Randomization: Helpful Strategies
pp. 14-15(2)
Authors: Brody, Howard; Childress, Andrew

Randomization and the Transactional Framework for Informed Consent
pp. 16-17(2)
Authors: Reynolds, Don; Fleming, David

Randomization Can Be Risky
pp. 17-18(2)
Author: Lott, Jason

Equipoise May Be in the Eye of the Beholder
pp. 21-22(2)
Authors: Moyer, Anne; Floyd, Anna

Patient Autonomy for the Management of Chronic Conditions: A Two-Component Re-Conceptualization
pp. 23-30(8)
Authors: Naik, Aanand; Dyer, Carmel; Kunik, Mark; McCullough, Laurence

Patient Autonomy Writ Large
pp. 32-34(3)
Author: Russell, Barbara

Expanding Autonomy; Contracting Informed Consent
pp. 35-36(2)
Authors: DeMarco, Joseph; Stewart, Douglas

Towards a Comprehensive Concept of Patient Autonomy
pp. 37-38(2)
Author: da Rocha, Antonio Casado

Executive Autonomy, Multiculturalism and Traditional Medical Ethics
pp. 39-40(2)
Authors: Barth-Rogers, Yohanna; Jotkowitz, Alan

Autonomy and Chronic Illness: Not Two Components But Many
pp. 40-42(3)
Authors: Scanlan, Camilla; Kerridge, Ian

Three Ways to Politicize Bioethics
pp. 43-54(12)
Author: Brown, Mark

Republicanism in Bioethics?
pp. 55-56(2)
Author: Durante, Chris

Bioethics and Politics: Rules of Engagement
pp. 59-61(3)
Authors: Brian, Jenny Dyck; Briggle, Adam

Politics By Another Name
pp. 61-63(3)
Author: Berger, Sam

The Political Condition of Bioethics
pp. 63-64(2)
Author: Irvine, Rob

Review of Wesley J. Smith, Secondhand Smoke
pp. 65-66(2)
Author: Latham, Stephen

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