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I agree that this is probably a legal issue, but I would use ''waive''. ''Release'' implies that they are giving the rights to the hospital or another entity, while ''waive'' implies that they are forfeiting the rights. It seems to me like the word ''release'' may be used to confuse the person signing the document.
August 18, 2009, 3:14am
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