Negligence-Prenatal Injury-Child Born Alive-Action for Damages for Negligence. Burton v. Islington Health Authority, De Martell v. Merton & Sutton Health Authority
NEW LAW JOURNAL 1992 April 24; 142(6549): 565-566
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