Liability for Negligence by Pharmacies Revisited

, New York Law Journal

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In their Medical Malpractice column, Thomas A. Moore and Matthew Gaier of Kramer, Dillof, Livingston & Moore write: The provision of health care has never been the exclusive province of doctors, nurses and hospitals, and in recent decades the number of different professions involved in providing medically related services has seemingly grown almost exponentially. When the providers of these allied health care fields perform their functions in a negligent manner, the ramifications can be as severe as any medical malpractice.

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