Consent key in chemo case

tribunal hearing legal case
The days of doctors deciding what patients should know or consent to are “long gone,” a tribunal has noted in imposing protective orders on a former pharmacist A former pharmacist has been precluded from reapplying to practise medicine for two years, and told that if he was still registered, his licence would have been cancelled.

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