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Judicial review of decisions made within the National Health Service (NHS) has provided those in extreme circumstances with the ability to scrutinize the viability of decisions not to provide them with treatment. Syrett outlines that judicial review allows patients to, ‘redress the imbalance of power inherent in the physician-patient relationship’ Syrett adds that this action, ‘connects the legal framework to those ethical principles’ and necessarily, ‘underpin[s] the practice of medicine.’ Judicial review ensures that Primary Care Trusts (PCT) and Health authorities are answerable for their decisions as illustrated by Dyson J who stated ‘but if they decided to depart from it, they had to give clear reasons for doing so and those reasons would have been susceptible to a Wednesbury challenge

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