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Ensuring adolescent knowledge and access to healthcare in the age of Gillick
Hannah J.  Elizabeth

‘childhood sex’ or preventable teenage pregnancies. 26 Gillick’s case was heard and dismissed by Mr Justice Woolf in July 1983. He argued that parents’ interests ‘are more accurately described as responsibilities or duties’ and assessed that there had been no transgression of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act by medical professionals. 27 Or as the Daily Express put it, Mother of ten, Mrs Victoria Gillick, wept in court yesterday, when a judge ruled she did not have the right to know if a doctor

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