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"The best interests of the child : a perspective into the refusal of necessary medical care for children, by parents, on the basis of religious beliefs."
The best interests of the child is of paramount importance as indicated by our supreme law of the land, the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. South African law creates a firm basis for the protection of ...
An examination of the rights of the child to refuse medical treatment : a South African perspective.
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Sexual violence as a violation of sexual and reproductive health rights : a case study of South African and Nigerian law on sexual violence against women.
The right to sexual and reproductive health is a right which finds footing in other rights including that of the right to life and survival, which is necessary for the fulfilment of other human rights such as the right ...
Physician-assisted suicide in South Africa : a constitutional perspective.
Physician-assisted suicide is a form of active euthanasia where a physician, in response to a request from a terminally ill patient, assists such patient to commit suicide or provides the patient with means of committing ...
The doctrine of therapeutic privilege and its place in South Africa.
Therapeutic privilege is an exception to informed consent and used as a defence when the doctor decides to withhold relevant medical information from the patient, because they are of the opinion that such disclosure could ...
Realising the right of access to maternal health care services for refugee women in South Africa.
South Africa hosts a large population of refugees from Africa and beyond. These refugees come to the country with their different needs. Some of the needs are gender-specific and require the realisation of specific human ...
The ethical and legal implications of performing involuntary sterilization on mentally incompetent adolescent woman.
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Examining the role of intellectual property law, policy and management in open innovation models that facilitiate innovation in and access to genomic medicine.
The traditional closed innovation model is largely supported by a regime where intellectual property rights (IPRs) are used to secure monopolies over inventions, with one justification being that this maximises profits ...