Letters to the Editor
…The problem of fault compensation referred to in the first issue of Medical Ethics is a continuing one. It is certainly one that I am interested in myself and… think that no fault damage incurred in non- therapeutic research should be compensated without the need to prove medical negligence. However it seems to me that the harms meted out by ‘nature’ and also by the hazards of medical intervention, when carried out in good faith… cannot realistically be compensated in money terms.
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