Lia Raquel Neves
Health: a non-static phenomenon
Luís Meneses do Vale
Access to health carf between rationing and responsiveness: problem(s) and meaning(s)
How informfd should consent be? A brief analysis on consfnt and autonomy under thf European Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine
Fabiana Rego/Mara de Sousa Freitas
Directivas Antecipadas de Vontade / Advanced Directives
Euthanasia, orthotanasia and assisted suicide: a ítudy on the primacy ofthe patient's freedom of choice and ethical-legal impactí
Law(s) without borders — Reflections on Comparative Law
Data protection in Biomedicine: How Many Authorities Do You Have toConvince Before Starting a Biomedical Research Project?
Genetic information and genetic data — Oviedo convention, internationalguidelines and French Law
The Additional Protocol to the Oviedo Convention concerning Genetic Testing for Health Purposes: step forward against the Direct-To-Consumer Genetic Testing Services?
Ana Elisabete Ferreira
Intangibility of human genetic identity: Is this really a human right? Why?
Alexandre Dias Pereira
Human Genes as Biotechnological Corporate Assets?
Surrogacy in France: an unlawfal practice whose prohibition is in accorddance with the Oviedo Convention
Sex selection and assisted reproduction technologies
Vipeholm, 66 years a bridge between benevolent patemalism and autonomy
Vera Lúcia Raposo
Juridical Status of Human Embryos and Foetus at the Oviedo Convention
Maria Manuel Meruje/Naralia Lojko
Biotechnology and Intellectual Property — Shoutd parents be moral?
Brief obse rvattons about organ and tissue removal from living donors for transplantation in Brazilian law
Gonçalo de Melo Bandeira
«Do we need a "new" international convention that helps to avoid trafficking in organs? Some "criminal (and civil) lauw aspects"» — "Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine — updated or outdated?"
Mafalda Francisco Matos
"Off-Label— Off Law?"
Wrongful life actions: the "ethical maze" between slippery siopes and the non-identity probleM