Consent to Medical Treatment in Prison
Lancet. 1983 Jun 4; 1(8336): 1269.
The case of a British prisoner serving a life term for sexual offenses who alleged that he was forcibly subjected to treatment with psychoactive drugs is described. Prison authorities argued that the plaintiff had consented to treatment, and the judge ruled that the prisoner had failed to prove absence of consent. (KIE abstract)
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