Following Creation Of Religious Freedom Division, Advocates Worry LGBT Patients May Forgo Care

Kaiser Health News, January 19, 2018

KHN Morning Briefing: Summaries of health policy coverage from major news organizations Research shows people who identify as LGBT already face significant health care disparities due to stigma and… Read More

Tip of the Iceberg II

11 NYU Journal of Law & Liberty 770, January 12, 2018
by Christopher T. Robertson (Academic Fellow Alumnus) and Victor Laurien

Abstract In recent years, the Food and Drug Administration’s pre-market approval process has come under increasing scrutiny as an infringement on liberty and a regulation of speech. In the first… Read More

Conflicts in Conscience in Health Care: An Institutional Compromise

MIT Press
by Holly Fernandez Lynch

This book analyzes the issues surrounding conscience clauses in the health care setting and proposes a solution that calls on the medical profession as a whole to ensure patient access, in order to avoid… Read More

When Truth Cannot Be Presumed

Boston University Law Review, 2014
by 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… Read More