17 J.L. & Soc'y [i] (1990)

handle is hein.journals/jlsocty17 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Law and Society
(Formerly the British Journal of Law and Society)
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 1                                       SPRING 1990
Legal and Moral Dilemmas in Modern Medicine
Contents
Articles
Medical Ethics and Moral Indeterminacy .......................... Len Doyal  1
Law, Ethics, and
Confidentiality ................................ Harry Lesser and Zelda Pickup  17
Inscribing Paternalism in the Law: Consent to Treatment
and  M ental Disorder  .................................................... Phil Fennell  29
Consent to Children's Surgery and Intensive
M edical Treatment ..............................................  Priscilla  Alderson  52
HIV Infection: Individual Rights v. Disease
C ontrol ................................................................. Sally  Guttm acher  66
Medical Negligence, Assault, Informed Consent,
and  A utonom y  ............................................................. Roger.Crisp  77
The Wrong of Wrongful Life ........................................... John Harris  90
Abortion Law: Is Consensual
Reform Possible? ........................................... Sheila A. M. McLean  106
Committee Ethics? Clinical Ethics Committees
and their Introduction in
the United Kingdom   ................................ Alexander McCall Smith  124
Resourcing the National Health Service ......................... Albert Weale  140
Noticeboard                                                           153

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