Is There a Duty to Warn? Does Safety Ever Warrant Releasing Information About HIV-Infected People?
HUMAN RIGHTS 17(1): 40-45, 54-56, Spring 1990
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When information can save lives: the duty to warn relatives about sudden cardiac death and environmental risks. Elger, Bernice; Michaud, Katarzyna; Mangin, Patrice (2010-05)In certain cases of sudden death, forensic experts may discover during an investigation or autopsy that family members of the deceased are also at risk of harm-from genetic disease, for instance. But do they have a duty ...