Informed consent: response

Journal of Medical Ethics 27 (1):65-a-66 (2001)
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SIRI would like to acknowledge with regret that my sentence, of which Ms Stevens quotes half, is convoluted. A book review1 is necessarily condensed and perhaps if it creates a problem it is best to read the book. But, in the complex legal, moral and ethical dilemmas arising in subjects such as confidentiality, it is highly dangerous to take half a sentence out of context and use it to discuss a separate agenda, ie secrecy within the National Health Service .I would …
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