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Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2019. Uterus transplantation: five years after the world's first birth. BioNews (1022)
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Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2019. Author's reply re: Uterine transplantation in transgender women: medical, legal and ethical considerations. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 126 (4) , p. 546. 10.1111/1471-0528.15555

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2019. Uterine transplantation in transgender women: medical, legal and ethical considerations: Mini commentary. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 126 (2) , p. 157. 10.1111/1471-0528.15482

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2018. Cautious optimism at the first live birth after womb transplant from deceased donor. BioNews (980)

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2018. A new dawn?: Ectogenesis, future children and reproductive choice. Contemporary Issues in Law 14 (4) , pp. 349-373.

Hammond-Browning, Natasha and Lougarre, Claire 2018. Guest Editors' Foreword. Contemporary Issues in Law 14 (4) , pp. 6-8.

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2017. When doctors and parents don’t agree: The story of Charlie Gard. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 14 (4) , pp. 461-468. 10.1007/s11673-017-9814-9
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Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2016. Altruistic anonymous uterus donation – altruism at the highest level? BioNews (878)

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2016. Womb transplants – are they worth the risk? BioNews (847)

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2015. Womb transplants – is surrogacy safer? BioNews (828)

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2015. Ethics, embryos, and evidence: A look back at Warnock. Medical Law Review 23 (4) , 588--619. 10.1093/medlaw/fwv028

Hammond-Browning, Natasha and Stephens, Neil 2013. Moving human embryonic stem cells internationally: near-future challenges for the UK Stem Cell Bank and American collaborators. In: Priaulx, Nicky and Wrigley, Anthony eds. Ethics, Law and Society, Vol. 5. Routledge, pp. 299-312.

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2011. Principles of Medical Law. European Journal of Health Law 18 (4) , 466--468. 10.1163/157180911x585324

Hammond-Browning, Natasha and Holm, Soren 2010. Hybrid embryos — ethics, law and rhetoric in the United Kingdom's stem cell policy. Contested Cells: Global Perspectives on the Stem Cell Debate, Imperial College Press, pp. 377-393. (10.1142/9781848164383_0013)

Hammond-Browning, Natasha 2009. Stem cell research in California. Proposition 71 - can lessons be learnt form the United Kingdom? Contemporary issues in law 9 (3) , pp. 183-204.

Hammond-Browning, Natasha Louise 2009. Legal and moral aspects of human embryonic stem cell research. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Hammond, Natasha 2008. Regulating hybrid embryo research in the UK, commentary. BioNews (452)

Hammond, Natasha and Holm, Soren 2008. Resolving the 'egg supply problem' in human embryonic stem cell derivation through technical means - a legal and ethical analysis. Medicine and Law 27 (1) , pp. 167-178.

Coggon, John, Hammond, Natasha and Holm, Soren 2008. Transsexuals in sport-fairness and freedom, regulation and law. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 2 (1) , pp. 4-17. 10.1080/17511320801896091

Hammond, Natasha 2006. Can the cell nuclear replacement technique be used to overcome genetic disease? CCELS July , n/a.

Hammond, Natasha 2006. Revisiting Quintavalle - Knee jerk reactions and illogical judgments. Medical Law Monitor 13 (6) , pp. 7-12.

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