Potential national voluntary gamete donor registry discussed at recent health law symposium.

  title={Potential national voluntary gamete donor registry discussed at recent health law symposium.},
  author={Pamela Foohey},
  journal={The Journal of law, medicine \& ethics : a journal of the American Society of Law, Medicine \& Ethics},
  volume={36 3},
  • Pamela Foohey
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics
26. Id. (Levine v. Wyeth), at 186 (Congress explicitly amended the FDCA to emphasize that it overruled state law only where there was a "direct and positive conflict" between state law and the FDCA). 27. See Wyeth, granting cert., supra note 4. (interpreting the FDCA to preempt state regulations dealing with safety, including state tort actions). (refusing to allow the FDA to regulate tobacco products after the agency had insisted for years that it lacked the authority to do so). Despite… 



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