Ninety-seventh Series–May 13-14, 2004

Presented in Coordination with the Eighty-ninth Annual Meeting of the Oregon Health and Sciences University School of Medicine Alumni Association at the Multnomah Athletic Club

GEORGE A. BRAY, M.D.

Boyd Professor, Louisiana State University Obesity: The Size of the Problem; Obesity: What Difference Does It Make? Obesity: What Should We Do About It?

ARTHUR L. CAPLAN

PH.D., Director, Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania From Karen Quinlan to Terry Schiavo and Back Again; Ethical Lessons Learned and Forgotten; Ethical Challenges of Clinical Research in Poor Nations; Whose Rules, Whose Responsibility?

DONALD L. MORTON, M.D.

Medical Director and Surgeon in Chief, John Wayne Cancer Institute Long-Term Results of Lymphatic Mapping and Sentinel Lymphadenectomy for Early-stage Melanoma: Implications of Nodal Microanatomy and Molecular Staging of Nodal Micrometastases; Active Immunotherapy with Canvaxin, a Polyvalent Melanoma Vaccine, in Metastatic Melanoma; Surgery and Active Immunotherapy for Melanoma Metastatic to Distant Sites