My health: whose responsibility? A jury decides

@article{Elwood2009MyHW,
  title={My health: whose responsibility? A jury decides},
  author={Peter C. Elwood and Marcus J Longley},
  journal={Journal of Epidemiology \& Community Health},
  year={2009},
  volume={64},
  pages={761 - 764}
}
  • P. Elwood, M. Longley
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health
Background Medicines are likely to assume an increasingly important role in helping people to remain healthy. But there are few indications as to what information and other support people want when assessing the risks and benefits of medicines; what role they feel government and healthcare professionals should play in informing, advising and encouraging healthy people on the potential benefits and possible risks of prophylactic medicines; and, ultimately, where does the responsibility for… Expand
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