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Response - Jay Katz: From Harms To Risks, Larry I. Palmer Jul 2006

Response - Jay Katz: From Harms To Risks, Larry I. Palmer

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No abstract provided.


The Patient-Physician Relationship In An Era Of Scarce Resources: Is There A Duty To Treat?, Maxwell J. Mehlman Jan 1993

The Patient-Physician Relationship In An Era Of Scarce Resources: Is There A Duty To Treat?, Maxwell J. Mehlman

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This Article examines the three major areas of common law that govern the patient-physician relationship: contract law, tort law, and fiduciary law. It explores the definition of the patient-physician relationship within each doctrine and the extent to which physicians must furnish care to patients regardless of resource constraints. After concluding that the common law cannot ensure that individual patients receive access to needed health care services, the Article explores how the law might be changed to achieve this result.


Research With Human Subjects As A Paradigm In Teaching, Larry I. Palmer Oct 1988

Research With Human Subjects As A Paradigm In Teaching, Larry I. Palmer

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No abstract provided.


Book Review Of Genetics, Ethics, And The Law, Larry I. Palmer Jan 1983

Book Review Of Genetics, Ethics, And The Law, Larry I. Palmer

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No abstract provided.