Medical innovation and bad outcomes: legal, social, and ethical responses

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Health Administration Press, 1987 - Law - 285 pages
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This volume of research papers examines the problem of who, if anyone, is responsibile, morally and legally, and who, if anyone, is liable for compensating an indivivual who experiences a bad outcome which may have been caused by the use of a medical innovation.

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The Scientific Process and the Development
The Scientific and Ethical Foundations of Medical
Microsocial Influences on the Use of Medical

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