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Contractual obligations and the sharing of confidential health information in sport
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    International Codes of Sport Medicine
    • Fernando Verdu, Professor of Legal and Forensic Medicine
    • Other Contributors:
      • Francesc Frances, Assistant Professor of Legal and Forensic Medicine. Ana Castello, Professor of Legal and Forensic Medicine. University of Valencia.

    Dear Sir:

    To improve the accurate clinical ethics research made by Anderson (1) about confidentiality in sport medicine, we must take into consideration the existence of two international codes on the issue.

    First, the World Medical Association Declaration on Principles of Health Care For Sports Medicine (2), adopted by the 34th World Medical Association General Assembly in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1981 and...

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