11 Eur. J. Health L. 3 (2004)

handle is hein.journals/eurjhlb11 and id is 1 raw text is: European Journal of Health Law
Volume 11 No. 1 March 2004
Foreword to the 10th Anniversary Issue                             5
Articles
HENRIETTE ROSCAM ABBING / Rights of Patients in the European
Context, Ten Years and After                                       7
DIETER HART / Patients' Rights and Patients' Participation        17
SJEF GEVERS / The Right to Health Care                            29
MARIA SOKALSKA / Medical Confidentiality - Quo Vadis?             35
JOSEPH DUTE / Communicable Diseases and Human Rights              45
MARIA BOTTIS / Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life Actions           55
LUCAS BERGKAMP / Medical Research Involving Human Beings:
Some Reflections on the Main Principles of the International
Regulatory Instruments                                            61
CARLOS ROMEO CASABONA / Genetics, Tissue- and Databases           71
TOMA BIRMONTIENE / Health Legislation in Eastern European
Countries: The Baltic States                                      77
News and Views
GRAEME LAURIE / Genetic Databases: Assessing the Benefits and the
Impact on Human and Patient Rights - a WHO Report                 87
Selected Legislation and Jurisprudence
UNESCO International Declaration on Human Genetic Data            93
European Courts                                                  109
Book Review
Rosamund Scott: Rights, Duties and the Body-Law and Ethics of the
Maternal-Fetal Conflict (MARIA CANELLOPOULOU-BOTTIS)             123

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