Keeping patient information safe when responding to FOI requests

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With health organisations legally obliged to provide data to persons requesting information under the Freedom of Information act, one case has helped set out how trusts can deal with these requests on the most sensitive of issues. Eleanor Tunnicliffe and Jessica Major explain.

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