Disclosure of material risk as systems-error tragedy: Wallace v Kam (2013) 87 ALJR 648;  HCA 19
The law requiring a patient to be informed not just of the nature of a medical procedure but also its likely but subjectively significant risks, which blazed across the southerly firmament of patients' rights in 1992 with the decision of Rogers v Whitaker
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