Medical Confidentiality: An Intransigent and Absolute Obligation
Kottow, Michael H.
Journal of Medical Ethics 1986 September; 12(3): 117-122
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Kottow, Michael H. (1986-09)It is argued that breaching of confidentiality by physicians causes harms that are not commensurate with the possible benefits gained. Situations that seem to warrant a breach of confidentiality include posthumous disclosure, ...
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