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Law and Medicine

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Description
The maiden edition of the book 'Law and Medicine' which was published in July 2010 has been warmly received in the academic world. Due to its quick sale within a span of a few months, proves its usefulness for the lawyers, Judges, law teachers, even to Medical professionals and students of medico-legal field. The author feels amply rewarded for her labour. In the second edition with the modification of the work has brought with new chapters. They are:
1.  Validity of Modern Scientific Tests in Investigations and Evidence; Narcoanalysis, Polygraph
     and BEAP. (Special reference to Smt. Selvi v. State of Karnataka, 2010 SC 1975)
2.  Legal and Ethical implications of the practice of E-medicine. (Telemedicine/Cyber
     medicine/E-health care laws)
3.  Mental Health Care.
4.  Health Insurance.  
5.  Health Tourism. {Medical tourism/Eco-tourism)
6.  Sowa Rigpa 'Amchi' (Ancient Tibetan System of medicine)
In the attempt to do the best for the second edition, much has been added dealing with the numerous important Judicial case laws, scientific developments, recent surveys in the field of 'Law & Medicine' and their impact on human life. One can find details on various aspects of government mission, schemes, Acts with Judicial interpretation.
The new edition is thoroughly updated and every chapter is further strengthened with landmark judgments of the Hon'ble Supreme Court like Aruna Ramachandra Shanbaug, (2011) 4 SCC 454, In Posf Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research Chandigarh v. Jaspal Singh, (2009) 7 SCC 330; Marghesh K. Parikh (Minor) v. Mayur H. Mehta, AIR 2011 SC 254; V.N. Shrikhande v. Mrs. Anita Sena Femandes, AIR 2011 SC 212; Use of DNA test in Ramkanya Bai v. Bharatram, (2010) 1 SCC 85, Paternity case of M^ N.D. Tvwari v. B.P. Jena, Convenor Secretary, Orissa State Commission for Women, AIR 2010 SC 2852, The Organ Transplantation cases Jeewan Kumar Raut v. CBI, (2009) 7 SCG 526; Arup Kumar Das v. State of Orissa, AIR 2011 Ori 21, Mental case law in Suchita Srivastava v. Chandigarh Administration, AIR 2010 SC 235.
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Contents
•   Introduction
•   Health - The Policy
•   Health as a Fundamental Right
•   Public Health
•   Health Care in India
•   Health Insurance
•   Health Tourism
•   Medical Negligence
•   Professional Accountability
•   Ethics
•   Informed Consent
•   The Unborn Person
•   Abortion
•   Artificial Reproductive Techniques
•   Surrogacy
•   Law in Relation to Population
•   Acquired Immune-Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
•   Brain Death and Transplantation of Grains
•   Clinical Trials
•   DNA Tests in Criminal Investigation & Human Genome Project
•   Euthanasia
•   Mental Health Care
•   Law in Relation to Premenstrual Syndrome
•   Law in Relation to Transsexual
•   Autopsy & Inquest
•   Bio-Medical Waste
•   Various Forms of Medical Profession
•   Allopathy
•   Homoeopathy
•   Ayurveda
•   Naturopathy
•   Unani
•   Siddha
•   Reiki
•   Yoga
•   Sowa Rigpa 'Amichi' Ancient Tibetan System of Medicine
•   Pharmaceutical Drugs and the Law
•   Blood as a Drug, Rules and Regulations
•   Drug Law in Relation to India
•   Indian Case Law
•   Prevailing System in other Countries, Comparative study of Foreign Law and
    Cases decided by the Courts in other countries
•   Product Liability
•   Legal and Ethical Implications of The Practice of E-Medicine
•   The Product Patent Regime
•   Validity of Modern Scientific Tests in Investigations and Evidence-Narcoanalysis,
    Polygraph and Beap
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