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  • ISSN: 0317-1671 (Print), 2057-0155 (Online)
  • Editor: Dr Robert Chen Toronto, ON, Canada
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Cambridge Blog

  • Fluctuating capacity and the Mental Capacity Act
  • 15 July 2020, Martin Curtice
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  • 01 July 2020, Halina M. Pietrzak, Lisa J. Ioannidis and Diana S. Hansen
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