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COVID-19 Vaccination, Preparedness, and the Case for Vaccine Injury Redress – by Mary-Elizabeth Tumelty et al.

A fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is underway worldwide. At the time of writing (20 December 2021), there have been 275 million cases of…

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Marketing Medicine? Informed consent in the advent of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing – by Rhiannon Frowde

Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing (DTC-GT) has emerged as a rapidly growing industry, with the market being valued at £680m in 2018, and is anticipated to reach over…

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Data: A new direction – but which direction? A commentary on the UK Government’s public consultation on reforms to the data protection regime – by Edward Dove

On 10 September 2021, the UK Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published proposed reforms to the UK’s data protection regime – currently embodied in the UK General Data Protection…

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Does UK Law Doubly Penalise the Infertile? Exploring the Screening Requirement for Assisted Reproductive Technology – by Lewis Garippa

In healthcare, the patient’s autonomy has risen to an almost unassailable tenet. Patients now have power over their own healthcare management, supported by a strong presumption of autonomy.…

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