Poll finds more share negative view of Obamacare: Express uncertainty about law two weeks before phase kicks in

The Washington Times, Sept. 16, 2013
Tom Howell Jr.

"From its inception, the administration has had difficulty explaining the provisions of the [law]," said I. Glenn Cohen, a health-policy specialist at Harvard Law School. "I do think, though, if it stays the course, that…

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When Truth Cannot Be Presumed: The Regulation of Drug Promotion under an Expanding First Amendment

Boston University Law Review, 2014
Christopher T. Robertson

Abstract:       The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (“FDCA”) requires that, prior to marketing a drug, the manufacturer must prove that it is safe and effective for the manufacturer’s intended uses, as shown on the proposed label.…

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Why is medical tourism from Australia booming?

World News Australia, April 2013
Ildi Amon, quoting I. Glenn Cohen

Glenn Cohen is a medical tourism researcher and professor at Harvard Law School in the United States. He says there is a lack of reliable data on the worldwide travel of medical tourists. But he believes globally…

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Smokers cloud states’ rollout of ‘Obamacare’

The Washington Times, April 22, 2013
Tom Howell Jr.

But none of those jurisdictions is pondering higher rates for motorcyclists, skydivers or folks who engage in other risky behaviors, said Holly Fernandez Lynch, executive director of the Petrie-Flom Center for…

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Ontario judge gives green light to Yasmin, Yaz class action lawsuit

Global News, April 18, 2013
Carmen Chai

In the U.S., these cases were ultimately consolidated. "In the U.S., most class actions never go to trial and instead if a class is successfully certified that it’s allowed to go forward as a class action, the defendant settles," I. Glenn…

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Cohen amicus brief discussed before Supreme Court

Supreme Court Transcript, April 15, 2013


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