Under-Age Girls and Contraception: The Parent's Right to Be Informed
Lancet. 1983 Aug 6; 2(8345): 350-352.
A British barrister considers the issue of whether the giving of advice or the prescribing of contraceptives to girls younger than 16 without parental consent constitutes criminal conduct by the physician. Brahams examines relevant criminal and family law, common law, recent court decisions, and Department of Health and Human Services policy concerning the minor's right to consent, parental interests, and physician responsibilities. (KIE abstract)
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