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From: Bronwyn (
Subject:         Global legal implications of on-line medical advice.
Date: December 9, 2013 at 8:06 pm PST

In Reply to: The first amendment protections of offering advice posted by dad on December 9, 2013 at 6:52 pm:

Hello "Dad,"

this is one of the legal issues regarding on-line information. The law
applies wherever the statement is read. The advice, according to
Australian law, would be illegal. If it were preceded by "in my
opinion" or "in my experience," it would be a different matter. The
statement as it stood, would be considered prescriptive and of a
medical nature. Australia and the UK don't have the same protection
around free speech, which could possibly mitigate the legal
implications of this statement in the US.

If you read posts on this board regularly, you'll notice that Dr Graham
will not diagnose or guess someone's illness or method of treatment
without knowing everything he needs to know about the person.


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