Their refusal to treat
ex-Army sergeant Jay Baldwin who lost his legs in an Afghanistan bomb blast is particularly gittish.
VULNERABLE people are missing out on medical treatment due to governmental refusal to treat
cannabis the same way as alcohol, a newcomer to election campaigning has claimed.
The refusal to treat
her led to her giving birth outside the hospital entrance.
The supreme court held that the superior court's refusal to treat
tariff regulations as a form of economic obsolescence was not in error.
Dishonorable Disobedience'--Why Refusal to Treat
in Reproductive Healthcare Is Not Conscientious Objection
And for Israel its refusal to treat
the Palestinians as equals with legitimate rights has destroyed the two-state solution and will trigger discussions about the future and nature of Israel itself.
The artist's blunt and unsophisticated diction epitomizes the lo-fi aesthetic that characterizes her work, a position that matches her refusal to treat
history as a highly abstract and incorruptible discipline.
This "new Middle East," as it is called, is predicated on Israeli exceptionalism, using the phrase "existential threat" as a catch-all to excuse Israel's isolationist refusal to treat
its neighbors as equals.
Refusal to treat
patients with HIV was primarily associated with lack of ethical responsibility and fear related to cross- infection.
Many of these related to claims of misdiagnosis, practising outside the scope of practice, and refusal to treat
Earlier this year, due to the CF's continual refusal to treat
him for Lyme disease, Brock sought treatment from a civilian Canadian doctor, who performed a series of laboratory tests to determine whether or not he had Lyme disease.
Relate Avon, which did not respond to a request for comment, said in court papers that McFarlane's refusal to treat
same-sex couples did not comply with its equal opportunities policies.