Appeal judges back anonymity for doctors in cases of life-support babies to avoid ‘media storm’

19 Feb

Senior judges have suggested that journalists reporting life-support treatment cases involving children do not “need” to name doctors involved. Three Court of Appeal judges said doctors at the centre of such cases can suffer as a result of becoming the focus of a “media storm”. They said a need for “openness and transparency” can be … Continue reading “Appeal judges back anonymity for doctors in cases of life-support babies to avoid ‘media storm'”

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