Informed Consent For Radiation Risk From CT Is Unjustified Based On The Current Scientific Evidence.
H. Harvey, J. Brink, D. Frush
Published 2015 · Medicine
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We contend that informed consent is unjustified based on an objective look at the currently available scientific evidence.
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