health law quiz 1


Each quiz consists of two (2) moderate length essay questions. Each question is to be answered by a minimum 300-word response, with the total quiz length of no less than 600 words.

2.)What are the fundamental problems or issues of labeling a physical condition a “syndrome” or “disorder” when there is no active disease in the body? What “syndromes” in the past have proven NOT to have been a disease at all? What other physical inclinations lend themselves to this notion of a “syndrome” or “pre” status (such as “pre-diabetic”)?

1.) On what basis did the court in Katskee hold that the patient was “ill”, especially in light of the fact that there was no cancer present in the patient and that this was undisputed?

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