In brief: British Medical Association

The British Medical Association in Scotland has called for a 'new culture of openness and transparency' in dealing with organ retention. Scottish secretary Dr Bill O'Neill said overprotective doctors had tried to 'shield' parents from the details of post mortems, but the public outcry over organ retention showed that this ...

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