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Informative book that is clearly written and provides an enjoyable read. It eases the reader in to the moral and legal dilemmas that are present in healthcare. Due to the nature of the subject (Law & Medicine), terminology can be difficult for the lay individual, however, this book is written in a way that ensures that it is suitable for lay and academics alike.
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