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Medical progress and the law. Editor: Clark C. Havighurst
Bib ID 995675
Format BookBook
Description Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., Oceana Publications, 1969 
vii, 190 p. 25 cm. 
Series

Library of law and contemporary problems

Full contents
  • Foreword, by C. C. Havighurst.
  • The role of law in medical progress, by E. B. Stason.
  • Organ transplantation in medical and legal perspectives, by D. L. Stickel.
  • Human experimentation; ethics in the consent situation, by J. Fletcher.
  • Regulation of prescription drug advertising; medical progress and private enterprise, by R. B. Ruge.
  • Legal aspects of computer use in medicine, by R. N. Freed.
  • The changing structure of medical practice, by D. Mechanic.
  • Innovations and experiments in uses of Health manpower; the effect of licensure laws, by E. H. Forgotson and J. L. Cook.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Medical laws and legislation -- United States.
Other authors/contributors Havighurst, Clark C., ed

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