Bone marrow disorder appeal fails – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted April 2nd, 2014 in appeals, consent, duty of care, medical treatment, medicines, news, standards by sally

‘This was an appeal against the finding by HHJ Robinson, sitting as a High Court Judge, that there was no duty of care owed to the appellant in respect of his rare genetic disorder ([2013] EWHC 469 (QB), [2013] Med. L.R. 191). See my previous post for the factual and medical background of the claim. Briefly, the appellant suffered from a rare genetic version of the platelet insufficiency disorder, aplastic anemia (AA), the disorder in question being known as Dyskeratosis Congenita (“DC”).’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 1st April 2014