Academic Programs

Faculty Publications

George AnnasGeorge Annas



Annas, G.J., The Rights of Hospital Patients, Avon, NY, 1975 (2d ed., So. Ill. U. Press, enitled The Rights of Patients, 1989), (3d ed. New York U. Press, The Rights of Patients, 2004)

Annas, G.J., Judging Medicine, Humana Press, Clifton, NJ, 1988.

Annas, G.J., Standard of Care: The Law of American Bioethics, Oxford U. Press, NY, 1993.

Annas, G.J., Some Choice: Law, Medicine & the Market, Oxford U. Press, NY, 1998.

Annas, G.J., American Bioethics: Crossing Human Rights and Health Law Boundaries, Oxford U. Press, N.Y., 2005.


Annas, G.J., Glantz, L.H. & Katz, B.F., Informed Consent to Human

Experimentation: The Subject's Dilemma, Ballinger, Cambridge, MA, 1977.

Annas, G.J., Glantz, L.H. & Katz, B.F., The Rights of Doctors, Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals, Avon, NY, 1981.

Elias, S. & Annas, G.J., Reproductive Genetics and the Law, Mosby-Yearbook Medical Pub., Chicago, 1987.

Annas, G.J., Law, S., Rosenblatt, R. & Wing, K., American Health Law, Little Brown, Boston, 1990.

Wing, K.R., Mariner, W.K., Annas, G.J. & Strouse D.S., Public Health Law, LexisNexis, Newark, 2007.


Annas, G.J., co-editor, Genetics and the Law, Plenum, NY, 1976.

Annas, G.J., co-editor, Genetics and the Law II, Plenum, NY, 1980.

Annas, G.J., co-editor, Genetics and the Law III, Plenum, NY, 1985.

Annas, G.J. & Grodin, M.A., eds., The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code: Human Rights in Human Experimentation, Oxford U. Press, NY, 1992.

Annas, G.J. & Elias, S., eds., Gene Mapping: Using Law and Ethics as Guides, Oxford U. Press, NY, 1992.

Annas, G.J., co-editor (with Mann, J., Gruskin, S. & Grodin, M.), Health and Human Rights: A Reader, Routledge, NY 1999.

Annas, G.J., co-editor (with Gruskin, S., Grodin, M. & Marks, S.), Perspectives on Health and Human Rights, Routledge, NY, 2005. 6

Articles (selected)

Legal Literature

Annas, G.J., The ABCs of Global Governance of Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Arbitrage, Bioethics and Cloning, 39 New Engl. L. Rev. 489 (2005).

Annas, G.J., The Statue of Security: Human Rights and Post-9/11 Epidemics, 38 J. Health Law 319-351 (2005).

Annas, G.J., ‘I Want to Live’: Medicine Betrayed by Ideology in the Political Debate over Terri Schiavo, 35 Stetson L. Rev. 49-80 (2005).

Annas, G.J., Human Rights Outlaws: Nuremberg, Geneva, and the Global War on Terror, 87 Boston U. L. Rev. 427-466 (2007).

Health Care Literature

Annas, G.J., The Patient’s Right to Safety: Improving Quality of Care through Litigation against Hospitals, 354 New Engl. J. Med. 2063 (2006). 12

Roche P.A., Annas, G.J., DNA Testing, Banking, and Genetic Privacy, 355 New Engl. J. Med. 545 (2006).

Grodin M.A., Annas, G.J., Physicians and Torture: Lessons from the Nazi Doctors, 89 International Rev. Red Cross 635-654 (2007).


The above list does not include either approximately 175 articles published as regular features in the Hastings Center Report [89 total, approximately 60 of which are collected in Judging Medicine and another 20 in Standard of Care] American Journal of Public Health [16 total, 1983-90] Orthopaedic Review [23 total, 1974-78] and the New England Journal of Medicine [approximately 45 through June 2005, many of which are updated and collected in Some Choice, and American Bioethics] Nursing Law & Ethics [16 total, 1980-81] Medicolegal News [9 total, 1973-80] or original book chapters [about 30 total].

Book reviews, editorials, and short articles from the following publications are also not included: Lancet, Nature, The New Physician, Medicolegal News, B.U. Law Rev., Law, Medicine and Health Care, Linacre Quarterly, Trustee, Bioethics Encyclopedia, Bioethics, Bioethics Quarterly, AMA News, International Digest of Health Legislation, JAMA, New England Journal of Medicine, Am. J. Public Health, Hospital Practice, Civil Liberties Review, Encyclopaedia Britannica, and Encyclopaedia Britannica's Medical and Health Annual. 13

Appellate Briefs (co-author)

In the Matter of Spring, 405 N.E.2d 115 (Mass. 1980) (on the role of substituted judgment in treatment refusals) (on behalf of the American Society of Law & Medicine as amicus curiae)

In the Matter of Philip Eichner, In the Matter of John Storar, 52 N.Y.2d 363 (1981) (on the right to refuse life-sustaining treatment through an advance directive) (on behalf of Concern for Dying as amicus curiae)

Bartling v. Superior Court, 209 Cal. Rptr. 220 (Cal. App. 2 Dist. 1984) (the right to refuse treatment) (on behalf of William Bartling as co-counsel)

In the Matter of Claire Conroy, 486 A.2d 1209 (N.J. 1985) (on the right to refuse life-sustaining treatment) (on behalf of Concern for Dying as amicus curiae)

Brophy v. New England Sinai Hospital, 497 N.E.2d 626 (Mass. 1986) (the right to refuse treatment by advance directive and substituted judgment) (on behalf of Concern for Dying as amicus curiae)

Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, 492 U.S. 490 (1989) (on the right to abortion) (on behalf of Bioethicists for Privacy as amicus curiae)

Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health, 497 U.S. 261 (1990) (the constitutional "right to die") (on behalf of Concern for Dying as amicus curiae)

Johnson v. Florida, 602 So.2d 1288 (Fla. 1992) (on criminalizing cocaine delivery to a neonate via the umbilical cord) (on behalf of the American Society of Law & Medicine as amicus curiae)

Vacco v. Quill, 521 U.S. 793 (1997) and Washington v. Glucksberg, 521 U.S. 702 (1997) (on constitutional right to physician assisted suicide) (on behalf of Bioethics Professors as amicus curiae)

Thorburn v. California Dept. Corrections, 66 Cal. App. 4th 1284 (1998) (on removing physicians from executions) (on behalf of Medical Ethics Scholars as amicus curiae) 14

Congressional Testimony

Procurement and Allocation of Human Organs for Transplantation, Before the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, 98th Cong., 1st Sess., Nov. 9, 1983 (pp. 302-334)

The New Reproductive Technologies, Before the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, 98th Cong., 2d Sess., August 8, 1984

Status of the Artificial Heart Program, Before the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, 99th Cong., 2d Sess., Feb. 5, 1986 (pp. 157-209; 257; 262-65)

Alternative Reproductive Technologies: Implications for Children and Families, Before the Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, U.S. House of Representatives, 100th Cong., 1st Sess., May 21, 1987 (pp. 97-137)

Human Subjects Research: Radiation Experimentation, Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, U.S. Senate, 103d Cong., 2d Sess., Jan. 13, 1994.

Regulation of Human Cloning, Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, U.S. Senate, 105th Cong., 1st. Sess., March 12, 1997.

Public Commentary

Author of op-ed pieces for the Washington Post, Boston Globe, New York Times and Newsday. Commentator on legal and bioethical issues on various national news programs including 60 Minutes, Nightline, Frontline, Nova, Crossfire, Today, NBC, ABC and CBS Nightly News. 15

Legal Issues in Medicine feature

Annas GJ. Family Privacy and Death: Antigone, War, and Medical Research, N Engl J Med 2005; 352: 501-505.

Annas GJ. “Culture of Life” Politics at the Bedside: The Case of Terri Schiavo, N Engl J Med 2005; 352: 1710-1715.

Annas GJ. Unspeakably Cruel: Torture, Medical Ethics, and the Law, N Engl J Med 2005; 352: 2127-2132.

Annas GJ. Jumping Frogs, Endangered Toads, and California’s Medical Marijuana Law, N Engl J Med 2005; 353: 2291-2296.

Annas GJ. Congress, Controlled Substances, and Physician-Assisted Suicide: Elephants in Mouseholes, N Engl J Med 2006; 354: 1079-1084.

Annas GJ. Intelligent Judging: Evolution in the Classroom and in the Courtroom, N Engl J Med 2006; 354: 2277-2281.

Annas GJ. Bioterror and ‘Bioart’: A Plague o’ Both Your Houses, N Engl J Med 2006; 354: 2715-2720.

Annas GJ. Hunger Strikes at Guantanamo: Medical Ethics and Human Rights in a ‘Legal Black Hole,’ N Engl J Med 2006; 355: 1377-1382.

Annas GJ. The Supreme Court and Abortion Rights, N Engl J Med 2007; 356:2201-2206.

Annas GJ. Cancer and the Constitution: Choice at Life’s End, N Engl J Med 2007; 357: 408-412.

Glantz L, Roche P, Annas GJ. Rules for Donations to Tissue Banks: What Next?, N Engl J Med 2008; 358: 298-303.

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Leonard GlantzLeonard Glantz


Annas, G.J., Glantz, L.H., Katz, B.K., Informed Consent to Human Experimentation: The Subjects Dilemma, Ballinger Press, Cambridge, MA, 1977

Annas, G.J., Glantz, L.H., Katz, B.K., The Rights of Doctors, Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals, Avon, New York, 1981 [Ballinger, 1983]

Grodin, M.A. and Glantz, L.H., eds., Children as Research Subjects: Science, Ethics and Law, Oxford U. Press, New York, 1994

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Wendy MarinerWendy Mariner

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Abigail MoncrieffAbigail Moncrieff

"Transcript: The Case for National Political (Rather than State or Judicial) Regulation of Healthcare," 36 Vermont Law Review  (forthcoming). 

"Beyond Payment and Delivery Reform: The Individual Mandate's Cost-Control Potential," with Manisha Padi, in Symposium, Improved Health at a Reduced Cost? Economic Perspectives on the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, 40 American Journal of Law & Medicine 185 (2014). 

"The Individual Mandate as Healthcare Regulation: What the Obama Administration Should Have Said in NFIB v. Sebelius," 39 American Journal of Law & Medicine 539 (2013). 

Brief of Amici Curiae Prescription Policy Choices, Professors of Law, and Professors of Health Policy in Support of Petitioners on the Minimum Coverage Provision, Florida v. Dept. of Health & Human Svcs., U.S. Supreme Court No. 11-398 (Jan. 13, 2012). [principal author under supervision of Professor M. Kevin Outterson and with students David J. Arnold, Julia G. Mirabella, Kyle Thomson, and Hao Wang] 
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Brief of Amici Curiae Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Action (JALSA), Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (JCUA), Jewish Social Policy Action Network (JSPAN), New England Jewish Labor Committee (JLC), and Professor Abigail R. Moncrieff in Support, U.S. Supreme Court No. 11-398 (Jan. 13, 2012). [principal author under supervision of attorney Andrew M. Fischer and with students Zoë Sajor, Rachel Smit, and Emily Westfall] 
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"Common-Law Constitutionalism, the Constitutional Common Law, and the Validity of the Individual Mandate," in Symposium, Originalism and Living Constitutionalism: A Symposium on Jack Balkin's Living Originalism and David Strauss's The Living Constitution, 92 Boston University Law Review 1245 (2012). 

"Cost-Benefit Federalism: Reconciling Collective Action Federalism and Libertarian Federalism in the Obamacare Litigation and Beyond," 37 American Journal of Law & Medicine 288 (2012). 
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"Obamacare's (3) Day(s) in Court," 141 Chest 1389 (2012). 
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"Safeguarding the Safeguards: The ACA Litigation and the Extension of Structural Protection to Non-Fundamental Liberties," 64 Florida Law Review 639 (2012). 
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"Understanding the Failure of Health-Care Exceptionalism in the Supreme Court's Obamacare Decision," 142 Chest 559 (Sep 2012). 

"The Freedom of Health," in Symposium, The New American Health Care System: Reform, Revolution, or Missed Opportunity, 159 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2209 (2011). 
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"The Positive Case for Centralization in Health Care Regulation: The Federalism Failures of the ACA," with Eric Lee, in Symposium, The Role of States in Federal Health Care Reform, 20 Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 266 (2011). 
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"The Supreme Court's Assault on Litigation: Why (and How) It Could Be Good for Health Law," 90 Boston University Law Review 2323 (2010). 
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"A Closer Look at the Federalization Snowball," 109 Columbia Law Review Sidebar  (2009). 
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"Federalization Snowballs: The Need for National Action in Medical Malpractice Reform," 109 Columbia Law Review 844 (2009). 
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"Reincarnating the 'Major Questions' Exception to Chevron Deference as a Doctrine of Non-Interference (Or Why Massachusetts v. EPA Got It Wrong)," 60 Administrative Law Review 593 (2008). 
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"Payments to Medicaid Doctors: Interpreting the Equal Access Provision," 73 University of Chicago Law Review 673 (2006). [Comment] 
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Kevin OuttersonKevin Outterson

"Clinical Trial Transparency - Antidote to Increased Off-label Promotion?" 370 New England Journal of Medicine  (forthcoming). 

Analytical Framework for Examining the Value of Antibacterial Products, with A. Sertkaya, J. Eyraud, A. Birkenbach, C. Franz, N. Ackerley & V. Overton, US Department of Health & Human Services / ASPE (Apr 15, 2014).  
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"The Drug Quality and Security Act - Mind the Gaps," 370 New England Journal of Medicine 97 (2014). 

"Approval and Withdrawal of New Antibiotics and Other Antiinfectives in the U.S., 1980-2009," with J. Powers, E. Seoane-Vazquez, R. Rodriguez-Monguio & A. Kesselheim, 41 Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 688 (2013). 
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"Combatting Antibiotic Resistance Through the Health Impact Fund," with T. Pogge & A. Hollis, in The Globalization of Health Care: Legal and Ethical Issues 318, Glenn I. Cohen, ed., Oxford University Press (2013). 

"Plunging into Endless Difficulties: Medicaid and Coercion in National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius," with N. Huberfield & E. W. Leonard, 93 Boston University Law Review 1 (2013). 
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"Agents Without Principals: Regulating the Duty of Loyalty for Non Profit Corporations Through the Intermediate Sanctions Tax Regulations," with C. B. Eisenberg, 5 Pepperdine Journal of Business Entrepreneurship & the Law 243 (2012). 
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"All Pain, No GAIN: Need for Prudent Antimicrobial Use Provisions to Complement the GAIN Act," 30:1 APUA Clinical Newsletter 13 (2012). 
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Amici Curiae Brief on Behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services, DHHS v. Florida, U.S. Supreme Court No. 11-398 (Jan 13, 2012). [ACA litigation, minimum coverage provision] 
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Amici Curiae Brief on Behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services, Florida v. DHHS, U.S. Supreme Court (Feb 17, 2012). [ACA litigation, Medicaid expansion] 
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"Combatting Antibiotic Resistance Through the Health Impact Fund," with T. Pogge & A. Hollis, in The Globalization of Health Care: Legal and Ethical Issues Glenn I. Cohen, ed., Oxford University Press (2012). 
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"Deductions for Drug Ads? The Constitution Does Not Require Congress to Subsidize Direct-To-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertisements," with S. Speiser, 52 Santa Clara Law Review 453 (2012). 
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"Poverty Tourism, Justice, and Policy: Can Ethical Ideals Form the Basis of New Regulations?" E. Selinger & K. Whyte, 14 Public Integrity 39 (2011-12). 
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"Regulating Compounding Pharmacies after NECC," 367 New England Journal of Medicine 1969 (Nov 22, 2012). 

"After the Deluge: Health Reform Without an Individual Mandate," with Austin Frakt, Kaiser Health News  (Feb 24, 2011). 

Amici Curiae Brief on Behalf of the New England Journal of Medicine, the Massachusetts Medical Society, the National Physicians Alliance, and the American Medical Students Association in Sorrell v. IMS Health Inc., U.S. Supreme Court (Mar 1, 2011). [defending Vermont’s data mining law] 
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Blog Posts Incidental Economist (2011). 

"Germ Shed Management in the United States," with Olga Yevtukhova, in Antibiotic Policies: Controlling Hospital Acquired Infection 163, I. M. Gould & J. van der Meer, eds., Springer (2011). 
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"Higher First Amendment Hurdles for Public Health Regulation," 365 New England Journal of Medicine e13 (2011). 

"Improving Antibiotic Markets for Long Term Sustainability," with Aaron S. Kesselheim, 11 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law & Ethics 101 (2011). 
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"Poverty Tourism and the Problem of Consent," with K. Whyte & E. Selinger, 7 Journal of Global Ethics 337 (2011). 
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"Smoking and the First Amendment," 365 New England Journal of Medicine 2351 (2011). 

"Towards New Business Models for R&D for Novel Antibiotics," with A. D. So, et al., 14 Drug Resistance Updates 88 (2011). 

"Disease-Based Limitations on Compulsory Licenses Under Articles 31 and 31bis," in Research Handbook on the Protection of Intellectual Property Under WTO Rules 673, Carlos Correa, ed., Edward Elgar Pub (2010). 
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"The Ethics of Poverty Tourism," with Evan Selinger, 7:2 Environmental Philosophy 93 (2010). 
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"Fighting Antibiotic Resistance: Marrying New Financial Incentives To Meeting Public Health Goals," with Aaron S. Kesselheim, 29 Health Affairs 1689 (2010). 
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"The Legal Ecology of Resistance: The Role of Antibiotic Resistance in Pharmaceutical Innovation," 31 Cardozo Law Review 613 (2010). 
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"Questions About the 10 x '20 Initiative," with J. H. Powers III, I. M. Gould & A. S. Kesselheim, 51 Clinical Infectious Diseases 751 (2010). 

"Superbugs Call for Super Changes in Drug Sale Rules," with Kesselheim, Boston Globe A11 (Nov. 15, 2010). 

Priority Watch List Treatment for Thailand and Brazil Under Section 182 of the Trade Act of 1974, submission to the United States Trade Representative Docket USTR-2009-0001 (Feb. 17, 2009).  

Access to HPV Vaccines: Human Rights and Global Health, 35:2 & 3 American Journal of Law and Medicine, with F. Miller, editors (2009). 

Amici Curiae Brief on Behalf of the New England Journal of Medicine, the Vermont Medical Society, the Massachusetts Medical Society, the New Hampshire Medical Society, the National Physicians Alliance, and the American Medical Students Association, in IMS, 2nd Circuit (2009).  
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Comments on the Physician Payment Sunshine Act of 2009, Submission to the U.S. Senate Committee on Aging (Jan. 26, 2009).  

"Death from the Public Domain?" 87 Texas Law Review See Also 45 (2009). 
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"Drug & Device Provisions in House Bill 3962," 15 PhRMA Pricing and Reimbursement 1 (Dec. 2009). 

"The End of Reparations Talk? - Reparations in an Obama World," 57 Kansas Law Review 935 (2009). 
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"Foreword - Will HPV Vaccines Prevent Cervical Cancers Among Poor Women of Color?: Global Health Policy at the Intersection of Human Rights and Intellectual Property Law," 35 American Journal of Law & Medicine 247 (2009). 
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"From Comparative Effectiveness to Cost Effectiveness?" with Paige Goodwin, 14 PhRMA Pricing and Reimbursement 126 (May 2009). 

"Global Pharmaceutical Markets," with Donald Light, in A Companion to Bioethics 417, 2d ed., H. Kuhse & P. Singer, eds., Blackwell (2009). 
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"How Medicare Could Get Better Prices on Prescription Drugs," with Aaron S. Kesselheim, 28 Health Affairs W832 (2009). 

"Import Safety Rules And Generic Drug Markets," in Import Safety: Regulatory Governance in the Global Economy 110, C. Coglianese, A. Finkel & D. Zaring, eds., University of Pennsylvania Press (2009). 
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"Introduction: Pharmaceutical Innovation: Law & the Public's Health," in Symposium Pharmaceutical Innovation: Law & the Public's Health, 37 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 173 (2009). 
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Pharmaceutical Innovation: Law & the Public's Health v.37:2 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, editor (2009). 

"Antibiotic Resistance and Antibiotic Development - Author's Reply," 8 Lancet Infectious Diseases 212 (2008). 
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"Market-Based Licenses for HPV Vaccines in Developing Countries," with Aaron S. Kesselheim, 27 Health Affairs 130 (2008). 

"Should Access to Medicines and TRIPS Flexibilities Be Limited to Specific Diseases?" 34 American Journal of Law and Medicine 279 (2008). 
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"FDA Act Creates New Incentives for Tropical Diseases, Orphan Antibiotics," with Paige Goodwin, 12 PhRMA Pricing and Reimbursement 350 (2007). 

"International Pharmaceutical Issues," in The Fundamentals of Life Sciences Law: Drugs, Devices, and Biotech 441, American Health Lawyers Association (2007). 

"Will Longer Antimicrobial Patents Improve Global Public Health?" with J. B. Samora & K. Keller-Cuda, 7 Lancet Infectious Diseases 559 (2007). 
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Access to Global Disease Innovation, submission to WHO Intergovernmental Working Group (2006).  
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"Counterfeit Drugs: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly," with Ryan Smith, 16 Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology 525 (2006). 
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"Fair Followers: Expanding Access to Generic Pharmaceuticals for Low- and Medium-Income Populations," in The Power of Pills: Social, Ethical and Legal Issues in Drug Development, Marketing and Pricing 164, J. C. Cohen, P. Illingworth & U. Schuklenk, eds., University of Michigan/Pluto Press (2006). Portuguese translation: 'Fair Followers': Expandindo o Acesso a Medicamentos Genericos para a Populacao de Baixa e Media Renda (2007). 
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"New Legislative Trends Threaten the Way Health Information Companies Operate," with Ilona Volker, 11 PhRMA Pricing and Reimbursement 324 (2006). 

"Patent Buy-Outs for Global Disease Innovations for Low- and Middle-Income Countries," 32 American Journal of Law & Medicine 159 (2006). 
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"Agony in the Antipodes: The Generic Drug Provisions in the Australia - US Free Trade Agreement," 2 Journal of Generic Medicines 316 (2005). 
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"Pharmaceutical Arbitrage: Balancing Access and Innovation in International Prescription Drug Markets," 5 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law & Ethics 193 (2005). 
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"Tragedy & Remedy: Reparations for Disparities in Black Health," 9 DePaul Journal of Health Care Law 735 (2005). 
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"The Transparency Revolution in PhRMA Pricing," 10 PhRMA Pricing and Reimbursement 4 (2005). 

"The Vanishing Public Domain: Antibiotic Resistance, Pharmaceutical Innovation and Global Public Health," 67 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 67 (2005). 
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To view more of Prof. Outterson's publications please see his CV.

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