The article is devoted to the private-legal study of the right to information about the health, taking into account recent changes in the material, the doctrine of information as the object of rights in general and the right to information about the health. The author's definition of «information about the state of his health» is given, the notion «producers of information about the state of health» is developed. The object of the right to information about the state of his health with an emphasis on the information itself and the right to it was investigated, the specificity of the subjective right to information about the state of his health was revealed; The concept and content of the right to information on the state of his health, as well as the grounds for his or her appearance, are detailed. The general provisions on the exercise of such rights are defined, the limits and limitations on their implementation, forms, means and means of protection of the right to such information are determined.
Subjective right; secrecy; turnover; information; health; the exercise of rights.
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