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  1. In an age of globalization, free trade should be synonymous with prosperity for all. Yet too often small farmers, indigenous peoples, people with HIV and others are left out of the picture. The Future of Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements proposes a new way to make free trade work for all people.
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    €59.-

  2. This book examines the regulation of pharmacists in the Netherlands and Belgium from the perspective of law and economics.
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    €42.50
  3. Chapters on Pharmaceutical Law

    Publication date: October 2, 2000

    This book gives an overview of the European legal issues on medicinal products, starting from the development of the products all through to the selling of them.
    Hardback
    €75.50

  4. Preventing Medical Malpractice and Compensating Victimised Patients in China is the first book in English on the legal remedies for preventing medical errors and compensating victims of medical malpractice in China from an economic and legal perspective.
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    €150.-

  5. This is the first book in English on medical negligence law in China. Relying on the methodologies of statutory interpretation, case study, and socio-legal analysis, it systematically investigates and comprehensively analyses four major problems in Chinese medical negligence law that result in widespread unfairness and uncertainty.
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    €69.-

  6. The field of disability law and policy is both new and rapidly expanding at European level. It covers a disparate range of subject areas including non-discrimination, transport, education, employment and housing. For the first time, the Yearbook draws all of the relevant developments at the European level together and provides an indispensable reference work for lawyers, public policy analysts, researchers, government agencies and civil societ...
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    €69.-

  7. Worldwide, children face significant health risks. The right to health of the child offers insight into the ways in which these risks should be mitigated. However, the concept of ‘the highest attainable standard of health of the child’ as laid down in article 24 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child remains unclear.
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    €75.-
  8. Access to Medicines

    Publication date: June 25, 2014

    Millions of people worldwide lack adequate access to medicines, particularly in developing countries. This book focuses on one aspect of access to medicines: the affordability of essential medicines, and its connection to human rights and patents.
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    €90.-

  9. This book discusses how the European institutions deal with health and human rights. It describes the meaning of the most important human rights involved in this area, and it addresses a variety of themes and approaches that engage with health and human rights links, including patient rights, reproductive health, and issues surrounding death and dying. Lastly, it furthermore discusses the position of a number of vulnerable groups, in particula...
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    €69.-

  10. This book offers a rich source of material on the ethical, legal and governance aspects of clinical biobanks, population biobanks and forensic biobanks. Policy makers, academics and legislators will find this book to be current and instructive.
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    €62.-
 
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