Medical innovation and bad outcomes: legal, social, and ethical responses
Mark Siegler, University of Chicago. Center for Clinical Medical Ethics, American Society of Law and Medicine
Health Administration Press, 1987 - Law - 285 pages
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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