Religious Healing in the Courts: The Liberties and Liabilities of Patient, Parents, and Healers
University of Puget Sound Law Review. 1993; 16: 599-710.
Adults; Alternative Therapies; Compensation; Competence; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Critically Ill; Drugs; Due Process; Discrimination; Fraud; Freedom; Government; Government Regulation; Health; Health Personnel; Historical Aspects; Immunization; Injuries; Judicial Action; Law; Legal Liability; Legal Rights; Liability; Medical Devices; Minors; Parents; Patient Care; Pregnant Women; Regulation; Religion; Rights; Social Discrimination; State Government; State Interest; Treatment Refusal;
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