This abstract is taken from the Journal of Law and Medicine, Volume 19, Part 3 (March 2012), from the section “Complementary Health Issues”. Click here to read the full article. Death by Homoeopathy: Issues for Civil, Criminal and Coronial Law and for Health Service Policy by Ian Freckelton Homoeopathy has a significant clinical history, tracing its roots back to ...more
The March 2012 issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine is a special issue on umbilical cord donation and banking, with the relevant articles covering development of stem cells from umbilical cord blood and blood banking, religious perspectives on umbilical cord blood banking, the line between public and private cord blood banking, racially conditional donation and the ethical, legal and social implications of umbilical cord blood banking. Also included in this Part are articles and sections on pandemic planning, euthanasia, medical ethics, homeopathy, plus much more!