(Correspondence) Abortion Act in Practice

DC Sturdy, RJD Browne

British Medical Journal, BMJ
British Medical Journal

It follows that any practitioner, whose treatment of pregnancy is interfered with by a colleague without his knowledge or against his advice, has a perfect right to make a complaint to the Central Ethical Committee of the B.M.A..

Sturdy D, Browne R. (Correspondence) Abortion Act in Practice. Br Med J. 1969;2(5654):447.

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