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Health Ministry Wants to Expand Patients' Rights

Ljubljana, 6 April - The Heath Ministry launched public debate on changes to the patients' rights act and changes to complementary and alternative medicine act on Wednesday. While the patients' rights act changes focus on cutting waiting periods, the alternative medicine changes lay down criteria and impose more control over the field.

Ljubljana
Health Minister Dorjan Marusic (right) and State Secretary at the health Ministry Ivan Erzen (left) present changes to patients' rights act and alternative medicine act.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Health Minister Dorjan Marusic (right) and State Secretary at the health Ministry Ivan Erzen (left) present changes to patients' rights act and alternative medicine act.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Health Minister Dorjan Marusic (right) and State Secretary at the health Ministry Ivan Erzen (left) present changes to patients' rights act and alternative medicine act.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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