Books about the National Health Service have been written by economists and doctors, but it is difficult to get an overall picture of the legal implications of subject. Who Should We Treat? is written by a lawyer who considers the competing aims of patients, doctors and managers for NHS resources. It is the first book to put scarce resources in the NHS into a legal framework.
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