Docs shocked at revival of UK Medical Innovation Bill
This article was originally published in Scrip
A controversial private member's bill intended to encourage innovation in medical treatment by offering doctors protection against possible medical negligence litigation is to be discussed again in the House of Lords, even though it had been assumed that the bill was dead in the water after being blocked in the last parliamentary session.
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