The latest Part of the Journal of Law and Medicine contains the usual interesting mix of articles and sections. The topics covered range from the use of organs after death to the role of public interest organisation at inquests, from cosmetic surgery and voluntary limb amputation to psychiatric disability, from advanced chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to voluntary euthanasia, from cryopreserved sperm to genetic testing, plus much more.
The September issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine contains several interesting articles on a variety of topics within medical law. It includes articles on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and a mother’s duty of care, regulation of nanomedical products in New Zealand, the regulation of pharmacy ownership in Australia and the ethical concerns related to young children being regenerative tissue donors. The Part also includes the regular sections, including Legal issues, Bioethical issues and Book reviews, plus much more.