Silent No More: Physicians' Legal and Ethical Obligations to Patients Seeking Abortions
Law, Sylvia A.
New York University Review of Law and Social Change. 1994-1995; 21(2): 279-321.
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Patient Privacy and Conflicting Legal and Ethical Obligations in El Salvador: Reporting of Unlawful Abortions McNaughton, Heathe Luz; Mitchell, Ellen M.H.; Hernandez, Emilia G.; Padilla, Karen; Blandon, Marta Maria (2006-11)Postabortion care providers who breach patient confidentiality endanger women's health and violate ethics. A 1998 abortion ban in El Salvador likely spurred an increase in the number of women investigated, because many ...