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Margaret Brazier has been a Professor of Law at the University of Manchester since 1990. She has written widely on medical law and ethics. She chaired a review of laws relating to surrogacy from 1996-1998 and chaired the Retained Organs Commission from 2001-2004. She is the Editor of the Medical Law Review.
Dr Emma Cave is a lecturer in tort and medical law at the University of Leeds. Her research interests include ethics and legal and ethical issues in reproductive medicine and she is author of The Mother of all Crimes, published by Ashgate in 2004.
Bought for my undergraduate law course; really useful and informative. Clear and concise. Great support for an undergraduate degree.Published 1 month ago by E Stringer
This is a core text for my masters. Easy to read and understand. Arrived promptly and excellent price compared to shopsPublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
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Well presented and compact, I have found it an ideal companion to my current studies. Read more
Very good for understanding medical law. A good starting point for doctors. Excellent analysis and discussion of various topics.Published on 12 Jun. 2010 by Bookworm
My background is that in January 2009 I had major neurological surgery. I was given a multi-bacterial, hospital borne post-operative infection which was badly diagnosed. Read morePublished on 6 Mar. 2010 by Ms. Billygoatgruff