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Recent Developments in Swiss Health Law

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This article highlights recent developments in health law in Switzerland. It covers statutory developments in health care insurance, sterilisation and genetic testing, and cases, one dealing with the reimbursement of medicines and another one on the limitation of the number of physicians reimbursed by the compulsory scheme of health insurance.

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2006-06-01
2016-12-11

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