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        New guidelines for cosmetic surgery have a notable focus on getting a patient’s consent prior to any procedure. They cease to recognize the doctor knows best culture of old, whilst the ‘sign on the dotted line and we’ll begin’ approach will no longer suffice. Getting a patient’s consent to a procedure is now a lengthy process, with numerous hurdles to overcome. Failure to do so is negligent and can see patients awarded substantial levels of damages....
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        According to Cancer Research UK, around 309,500 people in the UK were diagnosed with cancer in 2008. This is roughly 850 people every single day. Every day in 2009 more than 425 people died due to cancer. One person every four minutes....
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        Mrs D, a 42 year old woman, had been suffering from chronic menorrhagia - painful heavy bleeding during menstruation - for a number of years. In 2010 she underwent an MRI of her uterus and cervix, which showed an intramural fibroid - a noncancerous benign tumour - growing in her uterus. Both ovaries however were of normal size and morphology....
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        Cycle superhighways are the new in vogue public construction project to deal with London’s congestion problem. The sprawling metropolis cannot fit anymore roads for cars whilst extensions to the underground network remain a costly and time consuming endeavour....
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        ‘After the Event Insurance’ (ATE) is an insurance product that is purchased to cover the legal costs of litigation. It is usually purchased by a solicitor on behalf of their client, which is usually the claimant or person bringing the action. It is a product that protects a client from paying the full legal costs of the both parties’ legal fees and disbursements....
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        Mrs B had been suffering from chronic back pain for a number of years. She had been advised there were few treatment options, undergoing a number of steroid injections. In July 2012, Mrs B decided to have spinal surgery in response to the ever worsening back pain. The operation appeared to go without complications and post operative symptoms were encouraging. However, 6 weeks post-op Mrs B felt a sharp pain in her lower back after picking up a heavy object. From then she began to suffer consider...
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        This article will build on our discussion of product liability claims against the seller of a product. Sometimes, it will be necessary and sensible to bring actions against the manufacturer of a product....
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        A claim for loss occasioned by a faulty or defective product can be brought against either the seller or alternatively against the manufacturer of the product. Today we will be looking at bringing an action against the seller of a product....
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        Bioalcamid is a cosmetic filler which is popularly used as a face-plumping treatment. Comprised of 96% water and 4% gel (polyalkylimide), it resembles the fatty tissue which occurs naturally in the human body. It can be used to define cheekbones, fill in the nose (especially following rhinoplasty), enhance the chin and fill in facial lines that have occurred due to aging or smoking....
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