Unnamed fundamental rights as part of the guarantees of the right to health. the colombian case
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This paper reviews the three approaches adopted by the Colombian Constitutional Court to justify the protection of the right to health, and questions whether other rights that are not constitutionally defined, i.e. the right to a precise diagnosis, the right to access medical records, and the right to informed consent, also belong to the right to health or if they are distinctly different rights with a defined constitutional character.
Article , Court , Health care access , Health care policy , Human , Human rights , Informed consent , Law , Medical record , Colombia , Delivery of health care , Human rights , Humans , Colombian constitutional court , Informed consent , Right to health