Mills F, Epstein M(2019). Risk disclosure after Montgomery: Where are we going?. Case Rep Womens Health vol. 21,
EPSTEIN AM(2018). The corruption of medical morality under advanced capitalism. Marketisation, Ethics and Healthcare: Policy, Practice and Moral Formation. London: Routledge 2018; 32-48., Editors: Feiler, T, Hordern, J, Papanikitas, A, Routledge
Epstein M(2017). Living kidney donation and masked nationalism in Israel. Indian J Med Ethics vol. 2, (2) 121-124.
Epstein M(2016). Idealist-Atomist Autonomy and the Commercialization of Biomedicine. Am J Bioeth vol. 16, (2) 65-67.
EPSTEIN AM(2015). Consent for clinical interventions and medical research. Ethical and Legal Issues in Modern Surgery, Editors: Hakim, N, Papalois, V, Epstein, M, vol. Vol. 2, Imperial College Press (London),
EPSTEIN AM(2015). Ethical issues in transplantation. Ethical and legal issues in Modern Surgery, Editors: Hakim, N, Papalois, V, Epstein, M, vol. Vol. 2, Imperial College Press (London),
Epstein M, Zosmer A(2015). The Limits of Reproductive Freedom: Advanced Maternal Age and Harm to the Unborn Child. Am J Bioeth vol. 15, (11) 51-52.
Hakim N, Papalois V, Epstein M(2014). Ethical and Legal Issues in Modern Surgery. World Scientific Publishing Co Inc
EPSTEIN AM (2014). The best argument against the organ market still awaits refutation. Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob java.io.Serializable ,
Epstein M(2014). Disclosure of financial conflicts of interest: cui bono, cui malo?. J R Soc Med vol. 107, (8)
Jefferson T, Doshi P(2014). Multisystem failure: the story of anti-influenza drugs. BMJ vol. 348, (apr10 14) g2263-g2263.
Epstein M(2014). For a truly humanistic ethic, we need truly humanistic medicine. BMJ vol. 348,
EPSTEIN AM(2014). Patients can’t trust doctors’ advice if we hide our financial connections with drug companies.
EPSTEIN AM (2014). Evidence based medicine is broken. BMJ
Epstein M(2014). Constructing the legal concept of death: the counterhegemonic option. Am J Bioeth vol. 14, (8) 45-47.
Epstein M(2014). Playing into the hands of the promarket campaigners. Am J Bioeth vol. 14, (10) 39-40.
Epstein M, Danovitch G(2013). Organ donation and organ trafficking: from dangerous anarchy to problematic equilibrium. Paediatrics and Child Health vol. 23, (11) 492-496.
EPSTEIN AM(2012). Ethical issues in transplantation. introduction to Organ Transplantation, Editors: Hakim, N, Edition. 2nd, Imperial College Press (London),
Arolker M, Epstein M, Seale C(2012). A critical appraisal of ethical sedative use for dying patients: comparative ethnographic study of three palliative care units. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care vol. 2, (Suppl 1) A34.2-A34.
EPSTEIN AM(2012). A market in organs. Kidney transplantation: Challenging the future, Editors: Veroux, M, Bentham Science Publisher (Netherlands),
Al Ameri MN, Epstein M, Johnston A(2011). Generic and therapeutic substitution: a response to our critic. Int J Clin Pharm vol. 33, (6)
EPSTEIN AM (2011). Words are all we have. BMJ
Wilson M, Epstein M(2011). The dark side of the sun. BMJ vol. 343,
Epstein M(2011). The Origins of Organ Transplantation: Surgery and Laboratory Science, 1880-1930. MED HIST vol. 55, (4) 560-562.
Caplan AL, Danovitch G, Shapiro M, Lavee J, Epstein M(2011). Time for a boycott of Chinese science and medicine pertaining to organ transplantation. Lancet vol. 378, (9798)
Epstein M, Martin D, Danovitch G(2011). Caution: deceased donor organ commercialism!. Transpl Int vol. 24, (9) 958-964.
Epstein M(2011). Surprising revelations about the organ market. BMJ: British Medical Journal
Epstein M, Wilson M(2011). Consent in emergency care research. LANCET vol. 378, (9785) 26-26.
Epstein M(2011). Critique of Moral Judgment: Sociology Versus Neuroscience. AJOB Neuroscience vol. 2, (2) 26-28.
Epstein M(2011). If I were a rich man could I sell a pancreas? A study in the locus of oppression. J Med Ethics vol. 37, (2) 109-112.
EPSTEIN AM, Wilson M(2011). A sunshine act for Europe The dark side of the sun. BMJ: British Medical Journal vol. 343, Article 2. Wilson M, Epstein,
EPSTEIN AM(2011). Introduction to philosophy of science. Researching Society and Culture 3rd Edition, Edition. Sage, SAGE Publications Ltd
AlAmeri M, Epstein M, Johnston A(2010). Generic and therapeutic substitutions: are they always ethical in their own terms?. Pharm World Sci vol. 32, (6) 691-695.
Epstein M(2010). The Truth of Scientific Medicine. SOCIOL HEALTH ILL vol. 32, (7) 1120-1121.
EPSTEIN AM (2010). The Filipino connection: a response to our critics. BMJ
EPSTEIN AM, Chua A, Danovitch GM (2010). The Filipino connection. BMJ
Epstein M(2010). HOW WILL THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN AFFECT ACADEMIC BIOETHICS?. BIOETHICS vol. 24, (5) 226-233.
EPSTEIN AM (2010). Capitalising on the disenfranchised. BMJ
Al Ameri M, Johnston A, Epstein M(2010). Ethical issues in generic and therapeutic substitution. PHARM WORLD SCI vol. 32, (2) 269-269.
EPSTEIN AM (2010). The organ crisis. Project Syndicate
EPSTEIN AM, Al Ameri MN, Johnston A (2009). Ethical issues in generic and therapeutic substitution. Presented at: William Harvey Research Institute, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry,
Epstein M(2009). Pros and cons of a regulated market in organs. LANCET vol. 374, (9707) 2049-2050.
Epstein M (2009). Death with dignity: Thin ice over murky water. BMJ
Epstein M(2009). Sociological and ethical issues in transplant commercialism. Curr Opin Organ Transplant vol. 14, (2) 134-139.
Epstein M, Danovitch G(2009). Is altruistic-directed living unrelated organ donation a legal fiction ?. NEPHROL DIAL TRANSPL vol. 24, (2) 357-360.
Epstein M(2009). The Political Economy of Death and the History of Its Criteria. REVIEWS IN THE NEUROSCIENCES vol. 20, (3-4) 293-297.
(2008). The Declaration of Istanbul on Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology vol. 3, (5) 1227-1231.
Epstein M(2008). 'Tell us what you want to do, and we'll tell you how to do it ethically'--academic bioethics: routinely ideological and occasionally corrupt. Am J Bioeth vol. 8, (8) 63-65.
Epstein M (2008). The Declaration of Istanbul on Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism: an important international achievement with one disturbing loophole. BMJ
Zosmer A, Epstein M, Al-Shawaf T(2008). Ethical recruitment of patients for PGS trial. HUM REPROD vol. 23, (6) 1472-1472.
EPSTEIN AM(2008). Pseudononcommercialism: The Trojan horse of the organ market. Organ transplantation: Ethical, legal and psychological aspects. Expanding the European platform. Emmerich: Pabst Science Publishers., Editors: Weimar, W, Bos, M, van Busschbach, J, Edition. Pabst Science Publishers,
Epstein M(2007). The ethics of poverty and the poverty of ethics: the case of Palestinian prisoners in Israel seeking to sell their kidneys in order to feed their children. J Med Ethics vol. 33, (8) 473-474.
Epstein M(2007). Clinical trials in the developing world. LANCET vol. 369, (9576) 1859-1859.
Epstein M(2007). Legal and institutional fictions in medical ethics: a common, and yet largely overlooked, phenomenon. J Med Ethics vol. 33, (6) 362-364.
Epstein M (2007). The concept of brain death: let us not ignore the context of its social reception. JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS
Epstein M, Wingate DL(2007). Is the NHS research ethics committees system to be outsourced to a low-cost offshore call centre? Reflections on human research ethics after the Warner Report. J Med Ethics vol. 33, (1) 45-47.
Epstein M(2007). Legitimizing the shameful: end-of-life ethics and the political economy of death. Bioethics vol. 21, (1) 23-31.
Epstein M(2006). Why effective consent presupposes autonomous authorisation: a counterorthodox argument. J Med Ethics vol. 32, (6) 342-345.
EPSTEIN AM (2002). an age old dilemma. Haaretz
EPSTEIN AM(2001). The new medical ethics and the ideology of the health care market: the birth of a new social consciousness. Zmanim Quarterly for History vol. 73, 88-95.
EPSTEIN AM(2001). The right to die with dignity in Israel: other thoughts about ethics and policy. Journal of Medicine and Law240-255.
EPSTEIN AM(2001). Air Pollution and Public Health in Israel: Current State, Social Aspects and the Change Needed. Heschel Center (Israel),
EPSTEIN AM(2000). Health, market, and alleged liberty: the Patient’s Rights Act in historical context. Journal of Medicine and Law6-13.
EPSTEIN AM(1999). Euthanasia in historical context: autonomy and rationing. Harefuah vol. 137, (3-4) 117-119.
Mozes B, Epstein M, Ben-Bassat I, Modan B, Halkin H(1989). Evaluation of the appropriateness of blood and blood product transfusion using preset criteria. Transfusion vol. 29, (6) 473-476.