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IT'S MY BODY, ISN'T IT? CHILDREN, MEDICAL TREATMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS.
Authors: BRYANT, DIANA
Source: Monash University Law Review, 2009, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p193-211; , 19p
Subject Terms:
CHILDREN'S rights
CONSENT (Law)
MEDICAL care
MY Sister's Keeper (Book)
MY Sister's Keeper (Film)
Abstract: The article presents a speech by judge Diana Bryant, delivered at The Costello Lecture, July 23, 2009, in which she discussed the right of children and young people to consent medical treatment, moral issues in doing whatever it takes to save a child's life as depicted in the book and movie "My Sister's Keeper," and the conflict of such right.
ISSN: 0311-3140

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