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Jaharis Symposium on Health Law & Intellectual Property: “Democratizing” Me...

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DePaul University - DePaul Center

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Chicago, IL 60604

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In the wake of technological breakthroughs that enable the adoption of technological and data-driven innovation in medicine, significant and pressing questions of law and policy will inevitably arise. Many at the forefront of these advancements claim that innovations such as biohacking, artificial intelligence, consumer genetics, and citizen science initiatives will “democratize” medicine. They emphasize the collaborative nature of these endeavors and the accessibility of knowledge and medical services that these technologies would provide. However, critics raise legitimate legal and ethical concerns about ownership, justice, and the law’s ability to keep up with innovation. This interdisciplinary symposium will bring together experts to explore the scientific, ethical, and legal implications of some contemporary examples of “democratizing” medicine.

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https://law.depaul.edu/about/centers-and-institutes/health-law-institute/symposia/Pages/default.aspx

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

DePaul University College of Law is an accredited CLE provider. This event has been approved for up to 6.0 hours of general CLE credit. 1.0 of ethics CLE credits (pending approval)

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