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Stephen P. Marks, Doctd'etat

TitleFrancois-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of Health and Human Rights
InstitutionHarvard School of Public Health
DepartmentGlobal Health + Population
AddressHarvard School of Public Health
Bldg 1
665 Huntington Ave
Boston MA 02115
Phone617/432-4316
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  1. Marks SP. Human rights and the challenges of science and technology : commentary on meier et Al. "Translating the human right to water and sanitation into public policy reform" and Hall et Al. "The human right to water: the importance of domestic and productive water rights". Sci Eng Ethics. 2014 Dec; 20(4):869-75.
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  2. Marks SP. Human rights-based approach to tobacco control. Invited commentary. Tob Control. 2012 Mar; 21(2):212.
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  3. Akashah M, Marks SP. Accountability for the health consequences of human rights violations: methodological issues in determining compensation. Health Hum Rights. 2006; 9(2):256-79.
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  4. Marks SP. The evolving field of health and human rights: issues and methods. J Law Med Ethics. 2002; 30(4):739-54.
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  5. Marks SP. Tying Prometheus down: the international law of human genetic manipulation. Chic J Int Law. 2002; 3(1):115-36.
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  6. Easley CE, Marks SP, Morgan RE. The challenge and place of international human rights in public health. Am J Public Health. 2001 Dec; 91(12):1922-5.
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  7. Marks SP. Jonathan Mann's legacy to the 21st century: the human rights imperative for public health. J Law Med Ethics. 2001; 29(2):131-8.
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  8. Marks SP. Economic sanctions as human rights violations: reconciling political and public health imperatives. Am J Public Health. 1999 Oct; 89(10):1509-13.
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