61 FOOD AND DRUG LAW JOURNAL 167-196 (2006).
Biotechnology in the food industry has developed rapidly in recent years. In the United States, genetically modified organisms in food have increased e...read more
60 Food and Drug Law Journal 495-510 (2005).
Since President George W. Bush took office in 2000, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has used amicus curiae briefs in medical device and pharma...read more
60 Food and Drug Law Journal 143-260 (2005).
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves generic drugs for marketing in the United States. Thus, FDA also necessarily bears the final responsib...read more
60 Food and Drug Law Journal 33-44 (2005).
Recent efforts to streamline the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) drug approval processes include a proposal to rely on proprietary data supplied ...read more
59 Food and Drug Law Journal 519-536 (2004).
Pharmacogenomics applies genomic technology to discover and develop drugs, as well as to treat patients with drugs more effectively. This article iden...read more
Issue: 59 Food and Drug Law Journal 133-154 (2004).
Controversy over gene patents has arisen due to a variety of issues, including their relatively recent arrival into the patent realm, their gra...read more
Issue: 56 Food and Drug Law Journal 351-366 (2001).
The discovery and widespread use of vaccines against many infectious diseases represents one of the greatest public health developments of the ...read more
Issue: 55 Food and Drug Law Journal 575-600 (2000)
Gene therapy, a procedure in which healthy genes are spliced into the cells of sick patients, constitutes the cutting edge of medical research. I...read more
Issue: 55 Food and Drug Law Journal 343-372 (2000)
Human tissues play a critical role in modern medicine. Beyond immediate therapeutic uses, tissues (unlike organs) may be stored indefinitely in t...read more
Issue: 55 Food and Drug Law Journal 193-208 (2000).
Genetically modified foods (GMFs) have generated a great deal of controversy. Among other criticisms, GMFs are considered potentially unsafe to ...read more