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    For example see: KerridgeI, LoweM and McPheeJ (ed), (2005, 2nd edition) Ethics and law for the health professions, The Federation Press, Sydney .
  • 2
    Stewart C Advance Directives: Disputes and Dilemmas,’ in FreckeltonI and PetersenK (ed) Disputes and Dilemmas in Health Law, The Federation Press, Sydney , 2006, p. 38.
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    Weller P Human Rights, health rights and the jurisprudence of public health law,’ in FreckeltonI and PetersenK (ed) Disputes and Dilemmas in Health Law, The Federation Press, Sydney , 2006, p. 79.
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    For further information please see Ashraf H, (2002) ‘European court rejects UK woman's fight for the right to die,’ The Lancet; 359: 1586 and Pedain A, (2003) ‘The Human Rights Dimension of the Diane Pretty Case,’The Cambridge Law Journal, 62: 181–206.
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    Saul P, McPhee J and Kerridge I Organ donation and transplantation in Australia,’ in FreckeltonI and PetersenK (ed) Disputes and Dilemmas in Health Law, The Federation Press, Sydney , 2006, p. 343.
  • 6
    Organ and Tissue Donation by Living Donors Guidelines for Ethical Practice for Health Professionals (2007) NHMRC. Accessed at http://www.nhmrc.gov.au/publications/synopses/_files/e71.pdf and Organ and Tissue Donation After Death, for Transplantation: Guidelines for Ethical Practice for Health Professionals (2007) NHMRC. Accessed at http://www.nhmrc.gov.au/publications/synopses/_files/e75.pdf.
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    Organ Donation After Cardiac Death: NSW Guidelines (2007), New South Wales Health. Accessed at http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/policies/gl/2007/pdf/GL2007_012.pdf.
  • 8
    See The Australia and New Zealand Organ Donation Registry (ANZOD) 2007 Annual Report. Accessed at: http://www.anzdata.org.au/ANZOD/ANZODReport/anzodreport.htm.