Late-term abortion: what can be learned from Royal Women's Hospital v Medical Practitioners Board of Victoria?

  • Paul Gerber
  • Published 2007 in The Medical journal of Australia

Abstract

In 2001, the Medical Practitioners Board of Victoria received a complaint from an Australian Government Senator regarding a late-term abortion carried out in February 2000 at the Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne. Five years later, the complaint of professional misconduct was finally dismissed by the Board as being frivolous and vexatious. The action… (More)

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