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This issue of the Health Law Review features articles at the cutting edge of health law and policy. First, Elizabeth Ulmer and Barbara von Tigerstrom take us to the forefront of biomedical innovation in their discussion of regulatory frameworks for stem cell banks. Next, Michael A. Waite and Kristy Williams each share their insights on the implications of a recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling on health care decision-making at the end of life.

The final section of this issue features a model policy on conscientious objection in medicine developed by Jocelyn Downie, Carolyn McLeod and Jacquelyn Shaw. This model policy is part of a broader research initiative, the Conscience Research Group, based at the University of Western Ontario and Dalhousie University. Interested readers will find additional information and useful resources at . In an effort to...

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