Medical Malpractice

Doctors Must Obtain Informed Consent Themselves, Justices Rule

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Only a physician, not a member of the physician's staff, can obtain informed consent from a patient prior to a medical procedure, a splintered Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled.

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