The Yale Journal of Medicine and Law: An Undergraduate Publication is Yale’s premier publication focusing on the ever-growing crossroads between law and medicine. Since its inception in 2003, the Journal has been at the forefront of issues like healthcare policy, bioethics, healthcare economics, biomedical research, and global health care. We have featured interviews with prominent figures including US Senators, directors of organizations such as the CDC and NIH, and the US Surgeon General. Our Executive Board is comprised of students from a variety of backgrounds with foci in both medicine and law, and our Advisory Board includes prominent academicians and leaders from Yale University and beyond. Our aim is to provide our wide readership with a view of the most pressing issues and exciting advances at the intersection of medicine and law.
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