August 29, 2016
Canada lacks clear laws on surrogacy: professor (Radio-Canada International)
Vanessa Gruben, Common Law Section, explores the regulations and laws concerning international surrogacy. "As it currently stands we don’t have clear laws about who the parents of a child born of a surrogate are."
Forging a new deal for doctors requires a new approach (Toronto Star)
Steven Hoffman and Colleen Flood, Common Law Section, co-write this Op-Ed highlighting the need for a new approach in doctor negotiations and a new paradigm in the delivery of physician care across Canada.
Pokemon Go shows us healthy living must also be fun, health experts say (CBC News)
Steven Hoffman, Common Law Section, and Tanishq Suryavanshi, Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics, explore the health benefits of the augmented reality game Pokemon Go.
Guess How Many Zika Cases Showed Up At The Olympics? (National Public Radio)
This article references a letter co-written by Amir Attaran, Common Law Section, which called for the delay, relocation or cancellation of the Olympic games in Rio due to health risks.